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Stimulus program

The Meaningful Use Incentives Are On Their Way. Make Sure Your Organization is Ready.


Introducing....The Stimulus Program

We are pleased to launch The Allscripts Stimulus Program. This announcement follows the Obama Administration’s release on December 30th of its long-awaited criteria for determining which Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems will qualify physicians for between $44,000 and $64,000 in Medicare and Medicaid incentive payments under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The law requires physicians to demonstrate their "meaningful use" of an EHR before they can claim the stimulus incentives, which first become available in 2011.

The Stimulus Program combines three key elements to get physicians started today:

1. The Right EHR
2. The Right Guarantee
3. The Right Price

Meaningful Use - What it Means to You

The Department of Health & Human Services released two Rules related to the definition of Meaningful Use on 12/30/09. They produced robust, thoughtful documents that are going to do what they were intended to do - move the market along and help people feel confident that the program is proceeding as planned. The HITECH incentives are on their way - only a matter of months now!

We have completed a thorough analysis and summary of the Rules and have produced a comprehensive FAQs document that should answer most of the questions you might have; additionally, a webcast recording that explains the new Rules is available.

News Feeds

Bell to succeed Leavitt at CCH

The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology has named Karen Bell, MD, a former executive in the Office of the National Coordinator and an expert in improving health quality, as its chair, effective.

Survey shows growing appeal fo

Consumers exhibit more self-care when they have access to their health information through personal health records, according to a new survey on consumers and health IT.

Online platform could boost vi

The U.S. Department of Labor is accepting applications for $13.2 million in grant funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to create and implement an online platform that will boost access to healthcare career opportunities, including occupations such as medical records and health information technicians.

New York hospital transforms T

The Children's Hospital at Montefiore will deploy new technology to provide interactive patient care throughout the 130-bed facility.

CHIME raises concerns about EH

CHIME, an organization that represents 1,400 healthcare CIOs, is calling for a rapid analysis of existing electronic health record certification programs, saying: "Above all else providers need a stable marketplace.