Meaningful Use (MU) is a government sponsored program designed to increase adoption of electronic health records (EHR) by offering financial incentives to providers who meet the criteria for use. Enacted in 2009, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (Recovery Act) outlines the three components that providers must attest to in order to qualify for reimbursement; providers must use a Meaningful Use certified EHR in a meaningful manner, use the technology to improve the quality of care and leverage the platform to submit key clinical quality measures.

Why Meaningful Use Matters:

Meaningful Use has substantially accelerated the rate of EHR adoption among behavioral healthcare organizations.

How You Need to Adapt:

As individuals evaluate their first, second or third technology partner, learning how they apply Meaningful Use and how that impacts your organization and workflow is critical when making technology decisions.

How to Select the Best EHR

Whether your behavioral health or human services organization is dealing with the requirements of data integration, right-sized utilization, multiple payment models, increased complexity in reporting, or other changes related to value-based care, your electronic health record system is essential to your work. It makes sense to review your technology choices from time to time, especially […]

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