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How Can Medicare Physicians Get MIPPA e-Prescribing Incentive Payments?

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e-Prescibing Alert for physicians who participate in medicare If you did not do e-Prescribing by June 30, 2011, read article ‘MIPPA e-Prescribing Incentive Program: How to Avoid Medicare 2011 eRx Penalty?’ You only have until November 1, 2011 to apply for the Medicare eRx penalty exemption! The government gives and

What Are The Meaningful Use Electronic Health Record Deadlines?

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What Are the Meaningful Use Electronic Health Record Deadlines? Under the HITECH Act (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act), eligible health care providers can receive incentive payments for electronic health record adoption and meaningful use. Only health care providers who accept Medicare or Medicaid are eligible for

Regional Extension Centers: Why The HITECH Act Provided Funding For RECs?

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If you’re a Medicaid or Medicare doctor or health care provider, you need to adopt and use electronic health record (EHR) software by 2014. This EHR mandate began with President George W. Bush. The Obama administration added stimulus money to assist with and offset the cost of electronic health record

What’s This Health Care Legislation Called The HITECH Act?

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What’s This Health Care Legislation Called The HITECH Act? The Symptoms: Health care costs are spiraling out of control in the United States. Without a corresponding increase in quality of medical care. The Plan: The HITECH Act is the current remedy for the ailing American medical and health care industry.

Health Care Providers Get CMS Incentive Payments: Are You Eligible?

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for health care providers wondering if they qualify for CMS incentive money… The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act is part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 also known as the Stimulus Bill. In it, Congress and President Barack Obama appropriated $19