Successfully navigating the complex and evolving Promoting Interoperability landscape can be a challenging task. We have a proven track record of helping Eligible Hospitals (EHs) and Critical Access Hospitals (CAHs) with compliance in the Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Programs. We work closely with our clients, providing efficient and effective advisory services to guide them through the multifaceted environment unique to health information technology.
We will provide:
- Detailed review of all Promoting Interoperability objectives and Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs)
- Promoting Interoperability (PI) Gap Analysis to assess hospital’s current PI status
- Review of attestation timelines, process, and deadlines
- Attestation assistance and ongoing guidance
- Audit preparation guidelines and recommendations
- Audit support services
Have more questions? We are here to help! Contact the Kentucky REC today to learn more about the support we provide.
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