HRSA is pleased to announce a series of HIT and Meaningful Use Workshops as part of HRSA’s ongoing technical assistance efforts. The vendor-neutral workshops will provide insights and tools for successfully negotiating the stages of EHR implementation from planning to post- implementation optimization of use which will qualify users for the CMS Incentive Payment. These workshops will be hosted by several HRSA grantees that have successfully implemented EHR technology.
June 23 and 24, 2011
Colorado AHEC and SigmaMed Solutions (Registration Now Open!)
Proactive Transitions: Thriving with EMR by Managing Change and Process Redesign
Please note, that in addition to the in-person workshop, the hosts will be providing a portion of these workshops through webcast or webinar technologies to reach a wider remote audience. For additional information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
To access the live video streams, please click on one of the following links:
mms://esslive.ucdenver.edu:1800 or mms://esslive2.ucdenver.edu:1800
If you experience difficulties logging into either of the above, please try the other link.
Anyone needing assistance to view the webcast may call the helpdesk at 303-724-8121 (between 7:00 am and 5:00 pm).
Past HIT and Meaningful Use Workshops
February 1-2, 2011
University of Arizona, Arizona Telemedicine Program
Contact: Dr. Ana Maria Lopez
March 9-10, 2011
Community Health Centers Alliance
St. Petersberg, FL
Please note that in addition to the in-person workshop hosts will be providing a portion of these workshops through webcast or webinar technologies to reach a wider remote audience. For additional information, please contact email@example.com.
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act of 2009, or the "HITECH Act", established programs under Medicare and Medicaid to provide incentive payments for "meaningful use" of certified EHR technology. The Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records Final Rule was released by the Department of Health and Human Services, which provides guidelines for eligible health professionals and hospitals to receive incentive payments under Medicare and or Medicaid for the adoption and meaningful use of electronic health record technology. The Department has implemented a number of new programs designed to support providers in the adoption and effective use of Health IT.