A Guide to Achieving Meaningful Use: Leverage Your EHR to Redesign Workflows and Improve Outcomes provides details on Stages 1 and 2 of Meaningful Use requirements (with early guidance on Stage 3), Meaningful Use gap analysis guidance and electronic health records (EHRs).
A Guide to Achieving Meaningful Use is intended for primary care physicians seeking to overcome barriers found in Stage 1 and plan for Stage 2 and 3 reporting.
Professionals working in regional extension centers or quality improvement organizations can use A Guide to Achieving Meaningful Use to guide physician practices through Meaningful Use attestation.
Health information management professionals and students will find its instructions helpful in understanding EHRs.
It is a resource that offers a roadmap for clinical quality improvement and patient-caregiver engagement in the care decision process by:
A Guide to Achieving Meaningful Use is authored by professionals with years of experience managing the implementation of EHR projects and data builds, creating policies and procedures and advising medical colleagues on EHR. It features:
Meaningful Use gap analysis guidance