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Electronic Health Record Programs: Participation Has Increased, but Action Needed to Achieve Goals, Including Improved Quality of Care
Linda T. Kohn (au)
The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act established the electronic health record (EHR) programs, which provide incentive payments for -- and later are expected to apply penalties to -- certain providers, such as hospitals and professionals, to encourage them to demonstrate meaningful use of certified EHR technology and meet other program requirements. This report (1) assessed the extent of current and expected participation in the EHR programs; (2) examined information reported by providers and others to measure meaningful use in the EHR programs; (3) evaluated HHS efforts to ensure that EHR data can be reliably used to measure quality of care; and (4) evaluated HHS efforts to assess the effect of the EHR programs on program goals related to adoption and meaningful use of EHRs and improved outcomes. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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