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What is the Meaningful Use Criteria?

Meaningful Use: Core and Menu Sets The criteria for Meaningful Use is detailed in a list of 25 requirements issued by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) which is part of the Department Health & Human Services.  The criteria is bren down into two sets of objectives and measures; A Core Set and a Menu Set. In the core set, there are 15 objectives that each provider must comply with. In the Menu set,  providers are free to choose Continue Reading

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Meaningful Use Requirements Final Rule is a Massive 864 Pages

Meaningful Use Requirements Final Rule is Out The final rule for meaningful use was just realeased by the Department of Human Services HHS, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services CMS. It is a masive 864 page document that includes both a core set and menu set of objectives that are specific to eligible professionals and hospitals.  There are still a total of 25 meaningful use objectives but now for Eligible Providers you need to only complete 20 objectives to qualify for the Continue Reading

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