The first stage of Meaningful Use involves data collection, and can earn your practice up to $39,000 per provider.
Help your practice receive up to $15,000 per provider in 2013, and up to $39,000 per provider over the next 4 years
Learn how to advance your workflow efficiency towards full EHR integration
Receive guidance on forthcoming regulatory concerns and compliance
Listen to a Miraca Life Sciences expert walk you through Stage 1 of MU.
The second stage of Meaningful Use is focused on Interoperability and Connectivity.
Prepare for your Meaningful Use audit by ensuring adherence to CMS requirements
Avoid potential Medicare penalties in 2014 and successfully attest to Meaningful Use requirements
Prepare for the revolution in medical billing, ICD10, with guidance from our knowledgeable experts
Listen to a Miraca Life Sciences expert walk you through Stage 2 of MU.
In accordance with the HITECH Act, every applicable healthcare organization must be Meaningful Use compliant by 2015. While the complexities of transitioning to Meaningful Use may seem daunting, we have the capabilities and experience necessary to guide you along the way. EHRpath is our new comprehensive service and support system that forges a long-term partnership with healthcare professionals to decode and take action towards Meaningful Use compliance. From EHR integration to assistance in receiving nearly $40,000 in Meaningful Use incentives, we’re here to help prepare your practice for the future.
EHRpath supports your practice through pathology, technology and Meaningful Use guidance.
EHRpath builds upon our comprehensive knowledge in working with EHRs to give you confidence when integrating a new system. Our wide knowledge base allows us to help you analyze your practice's needs and find a solution that is tailored to your workflow. In addition, we organize and document the entire process to help you get the most out of the government's incentive program. It's a complete consulting solution that not only partners with your practice throughout the EHR integration process, but also provides tailored workflow solutions to help you maximize your system.
Experience You Can Use → As a leading provider of pathology services, we work with EHR systems on a daily basis. Learn how we can put our experience to work for you.
Meaningful Use Guidance → From CMS requirements to EHR policies and procedures, discover how EHRpath can help navigate the challenges that come with EHR system integration.
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