Promoting Interoperability (MU Stage 3)


Office Practicum Meaningful Use: CHPL ID/EHR Certification ID
This article details how to obtain the ID's required for Promoting Interoperability.
Promoting Interoperability (MU Stage 3) Learning Resource
For practices participating in the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program in 2019 and beyond, the EP (Eligible Provider) must use Certified Health Record Technology (CEHRT), meet performance for the Objectives and Measures and report performance on a set of Clinical Quality Measures (CQMs).
Overview: Participation in the EHR Incentive Program
Overview For an Eligible Provider (EP) to participate in the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program in 2020, the EP must utilize a single software application or combination of software programs that are certified for the full set of modules defined as Cer...
Introduction to Determining Medicaid Volume using the OP Software (Promoting Interoperability: Stage 3)
You can use your OP software to indicate your Medicaid volume based on provider and group for a specified attestation period. The patient volume reporting period may be dependent upon state regulations.
Objective 1: Protect Patient Health Information
Objective 1 requires a practice to attest they have conducted a security risk assessment, there is no threshold to meet with this objective.
Objective 2: Electronic Prescribing
>60% of all medications, controlled and non-controlled medications, written during the reporting period are queried for a drug formulary and transmitted electronically.
Objective 3: Clinical Decision Support
Objective 3 includes two measures a practice must attest were implemented and enabled during the reporting period.
Objective 4: Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE)
For >60% use computerized provider order entry (CPOE) for medication, laboratory and diagnostic imaging orders.
Objective 5: Patient Electronic Access to Health Information
Objective 5 requires that a patient is given timely electronic access to their health information and supplied electronically patient-specific education material
Objective 6: Coordination of Care Through Patient Engagement
Objective 6 requires a practice to use certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) to engage patient/parent/guardian in care. An eligible professional must attest to all three measures and meet the threshold for two measures for this objective.
Objective 7: Health Information Exchange
Objective 7 requires a practice attest to all three measures and meet the threshold for two measures for this objective. If an eligible professional takes exclusion for all three measure they may be excluded from meeting this objective.
Objective 8: Public Health and Clinical Data Registry Reporting
Objective 8 requires a practice to attest the eligible professional is in active engagement with a public health agency or clinical data registry. The eligible professional must meet two of the five measures for this objective.
QIC Reporting CEHRT 2015
Overview The Quality Improvement Calculator (QIC) found in OP will be used to capture the denominator and numerator calculation and present the practice with a performance percent. The QIC contains information for objectives where a threshold mus...
Implications of Changing QIC Reports
Implications of Changing QIC Reports Sue Kressly, MD, FAAP Medical Director, OP Periodically, it becomes necessary to make adjustments to the reports contained in the Quality Improvement Calculator (QIC). This occurs for various reasons: sometim...
Export Meaningful Use QIC Data to Microsoft Excel
Learn how to export Meaningful Use QIC (MU Calculator) data to a Microsoft Excel file or print to PDF.
InteliChart: 2015 ONC Stage 3 ACI Details Report
Instruction on how to run the 2015 ONC Stage 3 Detail Report in InteliChart.
InteliChart: ONC 2015 Report Logic - Workflow
Information on Objectives 5 and 6 and the measures found in Reports on the InteliChart Patient Portal.