Many providers are finishing up their 2014 attestation period for Meaningful Use, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) incentive program for successful use of electronic health record (EHR) technology. Several changes in the regulations in 2014 have prompted questions. Using information available today, I’ve answered some of the most frequently-asked questions here: Q. Do we need to attest several times throughout 2015, or do we attest only one time after the end of 2015? As of today, if you’ve attested for Meaningful Use before, you only need to attest once. You will demonstrate for all of 2015 and attest before February 29, 2016. (Exception: people who have never demonstrated before will have a 90-day demonstration period.) However, on January 29, 2015, the Chief Medical Officer of CMS issued a significant communication about some possible future adjustments to the Meaningful […]
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