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[25 Feb 2012 | 13 Comments | 5,517 views]

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) have announced Proposed Stage Two final rules for meaningful use of electronic health records. The new proposed final rules for Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services Electronic Medical Records stimulus incentive payments will impact on core features and menu options of the EMR applications.
The proposed rule for Meaningful Use Stage 2 can be downloaded here Changes to meaningful use Stage… Continue reading

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[26 Dec 2011 | 5 Comments | 4,861 views]

The most talked-about trend in the healthcare industry is the increasing rate at which organizations are seeking better data security solutions for protecting their patient health information (PHI). This urgency is understandable since for establishing HIPAA Security Compliance, securing PHI against any breach or unauthorized access is critical. Not doing so leads to severe financial and legal penalties apart from being uprooted from the healthcare stimulus package. Organizations can… Continue reading

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[18 Sep 2011 | 6 Comments | 6,063 views]

The working group members of the Health Information Technology Policy Committee have sent across a recommendation in the form of a 12-draft, seeking an extra one year for introducing Stage 2 meaningful use deadline criteria changes. Please note that federal healthcare incentives are already being distributed as a part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009, i.e. among those who have been able to establish ‘meaningful use’ of electronic… Continue reading

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[3 Jul 2011 | 10 Comments | 10,632 views]

Ever wished to gain access to your medical records even when you are miles away from your doctor? With everything going paperless and mobile, accessibility and availability of information is always a must. People who are on the go need to have medical information they require available in an instant. But acquiring medical records can take hours and even days when you schedule an appointment with your physician. Furthermore, remembering… Continue reading