Two new webinars with critical updates about Meaningful Use
Two Free Meaningful Use Webinars
Have you studied all of the recent changes in Meaningful Use? Have you read through and do you understand all of the changes with the “Flexibility Rule”? There are things that may have been true yesterday but because of recent changes they are no longer true today.
We are hosting two new webinars to go over these changes and help you understand what you need to know and what you need to do differently. There are two different webinars covering different topics at different times that both are there to get you up to speed when it comes to the EHR Incentive program and Meaningful Use.
You may register & attend one or both for FREE. Here is the info…
Webinar #1: Meaningful Use 911
There have been some recent changes to meaningful Use – do you know what they are? Find out what every practice needs to know about the latest changes in the ever changing world of Meaningful Use, and much, much more.
Click here to learn more and register now for Webinar #1
Webinar #2: Patient Reminders For Preventative & Follow Up Care
Did you know that in 2014 if you are reporting Stage 1 and are exempt from both of the public health options (reporting immunization, and reporting syndromic surveillance (SS) data to a registry), then you much choose 5 additional menu objectives to report? Don’t get caught short handed when you go to attest!
Join us to learn how you can meet Stage 1 menu objective #4, and Stage 2 core objective #12 – Send patient reminders per patient preference for preventive/follow-up care.
Click here to get the details and register for Webinar #2.
Even if you can’t make it to the webinar at the specified times, register anyways and we’ll try to send you the recording. If you are able to make it to these live webinars, then you will be able to ask questions if you don’t understand some things.
So join us! You are invited! Register Today!
It is free and will be extremely valuable information to help you with meaningful Use and improve your practice.
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