Meaningful Use

Home > Tools You Can Use > Topics > Incentives and Penalties > Meaningful Use You Can Use:Topics:Incentives and Penalties:Meaningful Use<p><img class="ms-rtePosition-2" src="/PublishingImages/MeaningfulUseEHRs.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;" />Inputting, extracting and analyzing the data in an EHR system can offer financial rewards and patient care improvements. There are varied health care team challenges and patient care considerations associated with selecting, implementing, and using electronic health records.</p> How to Apply for a Meaningful Use Hardship Exemption <p>Find out how to apply for a Meaningful Use hardship exemption.<br></p> Physicians and Practices Should Know about the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program<p>​Find out what you need to know to attest for the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program for program year 2016. The attestation deadline for EPs is May 31, 2017.<br></p> EHR Incentive Program Attestation Ends on March 13<p>The EHR Incentive Program's attestation system for the 2016 program year will be open from Jan. 3, 2017, through March 13, 2017. Here are a few key points that eligible professionals should keep in mind.<br></p> Registry Meaningful Use Objective: What Should You Do If You’re Experiencing EHR Compatibility Issues?<p>​PAMED members have been asking about the Immunization Registry Data Submission objective for Meaningful Use. An exclusion for this objective can be claimed if the immunization registry does not accept information in the standard to which your EHR technology has been certified.</p>Practice Administrators;# flexibility resourcesResources to Help Providers with New CEHRT Flexibility RuleThe Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently issued a final rule allowing eligible providers increased flexibility in how they use their Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT) to meet MU requirements. Check out these resources for providers.Practice Administrators;#