Most agree that regulatory requirements – especially those unrelated to patient care – have caused frustration for EHR users. But if we want to solve the problem, we need to look at other factors as well, according to Drs. Andy Gettinger and Thomas Mason of ONC.
CMS’ decision to ease back on the final rule is a game-changer, and it wouldn’t have been possible without testimonies from health IT leaders, say Mari Savickis and Leslie Krigstein of CHIME.
It’s not about criticizing MACRA, but about opening up a true dialogue about how to evolve from fee-for-service to fee-for-volume, says CIO John Halamka, who offers practical ideas on how to move forward.
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Hospitals across the country have until September 30 to complete their 2014 reporting period for Meaningful Use Stage 2. Recently, Ashish Jha and Julia Adler-Milstein published important articles in Health Affairs about the current state of EHRs and Health Information Exchange. What can we learn about the status of Meaningful Use Stage 2 across the country? […]