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EHR’s and Improved Healthcare

Posted on: October 22nd, 2012 by Asad Iqbal No Comments

According to the The Journal for General Internal Medicine, cited in an article by Ken Terry of Health IT News, EHR (electronic health record) use by community doctors is actually related to an increased quality of healthcare delivery! This article actually blew me away because a study is actually correlating a link between use of technology like EHR and improved healthcare delivery. The main distinguishing factor was on using the EHR to order tests for their patients. As with most web-based EHR’s like Panacea™, a provider can set alerts based on a specific range of criteria. Whenever they see a patient with a specific condition, the EHR will flag the provider and instruct him/or her to order the test. Well, we now have a specific study (which Im sure is only another out of many that have been done before) that supports use and adoption of electronic health record technology. When used meaningfully, providers are even incentivized financially to use EHR’s through the EHR incentive program established by the government. So the question remains: why not use EHR’s if they are linked to improved healthcare delivery? Any thoughts?

4 Ways MU Stage 2 will Impact EHR Vendors

Posted on: October 18th, 2012 by Asad Iqbal No Comments

Stage 2 of Meaningful Use rules for EHRs are finally here! I am excited for the implementation of these rules into EHRs because they align more with the most pressing issue facing the industry today: interoperability. According to Benjamin Harris of Healthcare IT News, the following are some key areas of impact that these new rules will have on us vendors:

  • Transport
  • Gap Testing
  • Base EHR and additional modules
  • Transparency

Basically, with a focus on “transport”, electronic health records (EHR), the transmission of information through documents and internal system generated messages will be addressed through establishment of security standards and cross enterprise document media interchange. An EMR will be transported as a requirement. With gap testing, an EHR will still be able to maintain previous years certification (i.e. 2011), if nothing has changed in the product, but still has the opportunity to get certified against the new criteria for subsequent years. Third, vendors can streamline their EHR products so that a provider can achieve meaningful use without having to use or forced to use all the components offered in the system that may or may not be useful to a particular provider. Lastly, EHR systems can become more transparent  by making all testing criteria that an EHR is certified against made public as well as  the costs associated with the newly certified EHR. The EHR vendor may face some pushback from customers now that they will know the estimated pricetag of an EHR system but nonetheless, transparency makes both parties lives easier. We at OA Systems will now have to make sure Panacea, our web-based EHR, is not only compliant, but cost effective, when the new Stage 2 criteria is incorporated.

Last day to begin 90-Day Reporting Period for 2012 was October 03, 2012

Posted on: October 10th, 2012 by Hanif Wardak No Comments
The last day for eligible professionals to begin their 90-day reporting period for calendar year 2012 was last Wednesday. If you have missed the target date, 2013 is only a few months away. This gives you enough time to start Meaningful Use Stage 1 at the beginning of 2013 instead of waiting to start towards the end of the 2013 year. By getting started at the beginning of the year, you allow more time for implementation and training. As a result, a much better transition from paper chart to the electronic health record. If you want an even smoother transition from paper records to electronic health records, adopting a web-based EHR can make your practices workflow much more efficient and less costly.

Important Dates for Federal EHR Incentives

Posted on: January 21st, 2012 by Omar Ahmed No Comments

As you may already know, the federal incentives in place to promote the adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) began last year and will continue this year as well. In order to participate, you need to be an eligible healthcare professional. Below are some important dates to be aware of, courtesy of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS):

December 31, 2011: Calendar Year ends for those eligible professionals who participated in the CMS EHR incentive program for 2011, the 90-day reporting period must be completed by this date

February 29, 2012: In order to receive incentive payments for 2011, the eligible professionals must be registered for the EHR program by this date and also must have attested for “meaningful use” by this date as well. To register and/or attest, please see the following page: EHR Incentive Program Registration & Attestation System

An important note, according to CMS, “Medicare EHR incentive payments to EPs are based on 75% of the Part B allowed charges for covered professional services furnished by the eligible professional during the entire payment year.  If the eligible professional did not meet the $24,000 threshold in Part B allowed charges by the end of Calendar Year 2011, CMS expects to issue an incentive payment for the EP in April 2012 for 75% of the eligible professional’s Part B charges from 2011.”

We hope that this information will come in handy for those of you who are planning to attest for EHR incentives based off of the 2011 Calendar Year. For more information, please review the EHR Incentive Program website.

Videos from "The Meaning of Meaningful Use" Seminar

Posted on: November 11th, 2010 by admin No Comments

On Monday October 18, 2010, OA Systems held a seminar titled “The Meaning of Meaningful Use” in Chicago, IL.

The invited speakers were Regina Holliday, a Patient Rights Advocate and Artist, and Brian Ahier, a Health IT Evangelist.

They spoke about the need for Electronic Health Records (EHR) and the upcoming HITECH Act program, including clarifying the “Meaningful Use” Rules. Please see below for the videos from the seminar:

This is Regina’s speech from the seminar:

This is Brian’s speech from the seminar:

This is the Question & Answer portion from the seminar:

Help Is On The Way

Posted on: September 17th, 2010 by Hanif Wardak No Comments

Amidst all the madness regarding government incentives and meaningful use, seeking quality advice and guidance could not be more necessary.  According to Shahid Shah, Chief Executive Officer of Netspective Communications, physicians should use caution when seeking advice and guidance. 

A great place to start is the newly introduced RECs (Regional Extension Centers).  The upside to RECs is that they are not going to cost the physician anything. On the other hand, the downside is their inexperience.

In addition to RECs, knowledgeable consultants can offer helpful advice for those seeking.  For instance, the advice from trustworthy and reputable consultants in the fields of Meaningful Use (MU), Electronic Health Record (EHR), IT, and Integration can be worthwhile investments.

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The Charter for a Meaningful Electronic Revolution

Posted on: July 13th, 2010 by Omar Ahmed No Comments

Today is an unprecedented day and will be known in history for a monumental achievement. People will look back at Tuesday July 13, 2010 as a day which started an electronic revolution of sorts. Today marked the release of what thousands around the nation were eagerly waiting for: the final rule on certification criteria for electronic health records (EHR), better known as “meaningful use.”

We at OA Systems would like to applaud HHS and ONC for the publication of the final rule. Meaningful use will have a major impact on the health IT industry for years to come and thus is a key step in the right direction towards improving our healthcare system. We are still in the process of reading through the final rule, all 864 pages of it, so we will respond with more details as we discern them.

On the e-prescribing front, one thing is for sure: Dr. David Blumenthal, the national coordinator for health IT at ONC said in this morning’s briefing that the new rule has relaxed the amount of prescriptions that must be sent electronically. Instead of the proposed interim guidelines which suggested that seventy-five percent of all prescriptions be sent electronically in order to qualify for meaningful use; that number has now been decreased to forty percent.

Let the electronic revolution begin!

New York State Medicaid Offers Incentive For E-Prescribing

Posted on: June 3rd, 2010 by Hanif Wardak No Comments

The New York State Medicaid has rolled out its electronic prescribing incentive program this month.

While the HITECH ACT is taking shape, New York wants to accelerate the adoption of technology in healthcare. Isn’t it nice to have forward thinking states such as New York?

This incentive program offers Medicaid prescribers $0.80 per dispensed ambulatory Medicaid e-prescription. In addition, pharmacies are going to benefit financially by receiving $0.20 per dispensed ambulatory Medicaid e-prescription. Any enrolled physician (MD, DO), Dentist, NP, Podiatrist, Optometrist, and licensed Midwife is eligible. Furthermore, this program is going to promote patient medication adherence, because the incentive is payable when the prescription is dispensed to the beneficiary. All prescriber incentives are going to be bundled into quarterly payments.

This program should encourage other states (California, I can’t see you!) to promote healthcare technology as New York is certainly doing its part in promoting the early adoption of technology in healthcare.

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