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Meaningful Use

Health Information Exchange Is Meaningful Use

“Meaningful Use” is a term that applies to the use of electronic health records in a meaningful way. The ultimate goal of meaningful use is to increase the quality and efficiency of healthcare, and reduce medical errors.

Under the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) EHR Incentive Program, eligible healthcare providers must meet a series of Meaningful Use measures to qualify for, and receive, financial incentives for using ONC-certified EHRs. The program includes both eligible professionals (physicians) and eligible hospitals.

Providers who participate in SHARE may be able to meet the following Stage 2 Meaningful Use criteria:
 

SHARE can assist Providers with Objectives 2, 5, 7 and 10.

1. Protect Patient Health Information Objective 2016

2. Clinical Decision Support Objective 2016

3. CPOE Objective 2016

4. e-prescribing Objective 2016

5. Health Information Exchange Objective

6. Patient Specific Education Objective

7. Medication Reconciliation Objective

8. Patient Electronic Access Objective

9. Secure Electronic Messaging Objective

10. Public Health Objectives