Tag Archives: meaningful use

The “Meaningful Use” Wakeup Call


The essence of “Meaningful Use” (MU) is a move to Electronic Medical/Electronic Health Records. The goals are laudable, the qualification criteria are minimal, and financial incentives are available. The problem is with Return on Investment (ROI) – the outflows exceed … Continue reading

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It’s time, the walter said . . . to talk of many things . . .


As the nation sits sidelined, not because of snow, but rather waiting to hear what is likely to happen to ObamaCare, the basic question, really, remains how meaningful is “Meaningful Use’?” I got a message this morning with the subject … Continue reading

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Beware of Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing – Are you ready to be fleeced?


If you think you are in the market for an EHR system, this is a must read. Continue reading

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Beyond Meaningful Use


Why bother with “meaningful use”? The answer is you probably have no choice. But, you can with no additional investment, acquire an “EHR” software system that allows you to reach a positive ROI several years ahead of other Agencies, if you insist on quantifiable benefits. Continue reading

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