meaningful use Archive

CMS Determined To Simplify Collections Of “Meaningful Use” Incentives For Providers

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has announced the expansion of its Medicare Provider Enrollment system.  The expansion will make it easier for physicians and medical practices to register for Medicare and take advantage of the “meaningful use” incentives offered under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH Act).

MTBC Presents Webinar on “Understanding the Final Rule on ‘Meaningful Use’ of EHRs”

On Wednesday, July 28, 2010, MTBC hosted a free webinar entitled “Understanding the Final Rule on ‘Meaningful Use’ of EHRs.”  The hour-long information session was presented by Muhammad Chebli, Vice President of Information Technology for MTBC.  Mr. Chebli provided a comprehensive breakdown of the final “meaningful use” requirements as defined by the Health Information Technology

Meaningful Use Incentive Payments Due To Begin In May 2011

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will begin issuing the first of the “meaningful use” incentive payments available under the HITECH Act in May 2011, according to a senior CMS official. Karen Trudel, Deputy Director for CMS’ Office of E-Health Standards & Services, told Healthcare IT News that registration will open in January 2011. 

MTBC Presents Webinar on “Meaningful Use” of EMR Technology

On Thursday, April 29, 2010, MTBC hosted a free webinar on achieving “meaningful use” of certified web based EMR technology under the current government standards.  The hour-long session was presented by Muhammad Chebli, Vice President of Information Technology for MTBC.  Mr. Chebli provided a practical, comprehensive breakdown of the stimulus incentives currently available to healthcare

What Does CCHIT Certification Mean to You?

You maybe asking yourself why MTBC, a medical billing company, pursued and received CCHIT certification. What does medical billing have to do with electronic medical records? The answer for us is simple: improving our clients’ work flow improves their collections. The only way we could find to help improve our clients’ work flow was to