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Objective: CPOE

Tip: The information in this article is used for Meaningful Use Stage 2 (2018 and prior years). The information should not be used for Promoting Interoperability (formerly MU Stage 3, attestation years 2019 and after). If you need information for Promoting Interoperability, select from the links below.

Entering Medications in the Patient Chart using CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry)

  • >60% of Medication Orders during the reporting period:
  • Medication Recorded as one of the following:
  • Med to Dispense, or
  • Med Office Sample, or
  • Med Administered, or
  • Med Office Vended

Entering Lab Orders in the Patient Chart using CPOE

  • >30% of Labs Ordered during the reporting period
  • Labs orders - requisition created in OP and must have a result date to count in the numerator
  • Screening tests and Procedures do not count

Note: Less than 100 radiology orders written during the reporting period.

Entering Radiology Orders in the Patient Chart using CPOE

  • >30% of Radiology Orders during the reporting period
  • Radiology orders - requisition created in OP and must have a result date to count in the numerator

Note: Less than 100 radiology orders written during the reporting period.