EHR Meaningful Use Archive

Will You be Among the 87% Penalized under MIPS?

According to CMS data, 87% of solo providers and almost 60% of 2 – 9 provider practices are at risk of being penalized under the new Medicare-based Incentive Payment System (“MIPS”).  Don’t feel badly if you’re asking, “what is MIPS?”  — you still have time to learn about MIPS and ensure you’re not penalized. Under

Experts say that we might see a Push Back In Meaningful Use

Even though the healthcare industry is working hard to provide efficient patient care, many experts in the industry believe that the level of EHR adoption in the industry is not as expected and may not be able to support the best care for patients. The advocates of population health and analytics are talking about implementing

CMS Issues New Guidelines For Stage 2 Attestation At HIMSS14

The 2014th chapter of Healthcare Information And Management Systems (HIMSS14) discussed very deeply about the Electronic Health Record adoption incentive programs. The annual meeting noted that the criteria for the adoption of EHR and the meaningful use stage 2 attestation programs should be made clearer to the healthcare organizations across the country. The major focus

Recommendations by Physicians to Change Meaningful Use Program

Recently, several physicians made recommendations about the changes that needed to be implemented on the Meaningful Use Attestation program. The American Medical Association (AMA) made such proposals to federal regulators to make sure that the physicians make the best use of EHR or electronic health record systems. Among the recommendations that the American Medical Association

Considerable increase in mobile EHR users

With the recent surveys, it is evident that when it comes to Electronic Health Record systems, mobility and satisfaction matters a lot. This is as per the findings of one of the web based EHR consultancy companies, along with other market research companies. Nearly 600 people were asked to rate their level of satisfaction with

What is Meaningful Use? What are the stages of Meaningful Use?

Electronic health records (EHR) can provide many benefits for providers and their patients, but the benefits rely on its usage. One provider may use it as a glorified word processor, while another provider may utilize all its features to make his practice efficient. To establish this way of utilization for efficient practice, Centers for Medicare

What is a meaningful consent? Why we need to know?

With the increasing use of health information technology and electronic health records, health care provider’s share and access health information using their computers. There are multiple ways a provider can share patient information with another entity. One way is to provide data from one EMR in a portable format that the patient can take to

MTBC’s Highly Anticipated OB/GYN EMR

With the latest trends in medicine, OB/GYN care has become safer and more successful. Medical professionals are dedicated to providing up-to-date care for both pregnant and non-pregnant patients. OB/GYNs provide preventive care to women and have specific expertise in pregnancy, childbirth, and disorders of the reproductive systems. MTBC’s specialized EHR changes the face of care

OB/GYN EHR: Another Remarkable Achievement

Today’s science and technology developments have changed the process of examining a patient. The arrival of the OB/GYN EHR has made enormous differences to the efficiency of OB/GYN practices. This software illustrates many benefits of electronic health records. Obstetrics is the medical practice for pregnant women and Gynecology is the medical practice of diagnosing problems

HIE: The Future of Electronic Medical Records?

Health Information Exchanges (HIE) are organizations that synergize and effectively streamline health information records. Many state governments provide funding for HIE implementation with the goal of facilitating access to and retrieval of clinical data to provide more timely, focused, and equitable patient-centered care. Even today, the federal and state governments have not clearly defined the