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January 29, 2015

As of November 1, 2014, only 2% of eligible professionals had attested to Meaningful Use 2. This is not good news for thethousands of independent physician practices that rely on Medicare payments: the Center for Medicare Services is slated to handout 1% penalties this year for MU2 slackers

Abstract

As of November 1, 2014, only 2% of eligible professionals had attested to Meaningful Use 2. This is not good news for the
thousands of independent physician practices that rely on Medicare payments: the Center for Medicare Services is slated to hand
out 1% penalties this year for MU2 slackers-which is estimated to total $1.15B2. With the 2014 Hardship Exception Deadline on
the books, it’s time for many private practices to get serious about MU2.


Although industry experts disagree about who is to blame for the sloth-like start of MU2, many believe that vendor readiness
remains a major concern for many practices. But how do you know if it is time to add a change of EHR vendors to your MU2 todo
list?


There are a few telltale signs that expose an EHR vendor’s inability to keep up with the rapid-fire demands of changing regulations
like MU2. This exclusive guide identifies four signs that it’s time for a move.

Introduction

As of November 1, 2014 only 2% of eligible professionals had attested to Meaningful Use 2.
This is not good news for the thousands of independent physician practices that rely on
Medicare payments: the Center for Medicare Services is slated to hand out 1% penalties this
year for MU2 slackers-which is estimated to total $1.15B4. With the 2014 Hardship Exception
Deadline on the books, it’s time for many private practices to get serious about MU2.

 

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