The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology has released a brief on the available options for meeting the transition of care measure that is required for meaningful use stage 2.
The focus on engaging patients in their care and the need to meet meaningful use requirements converge in one online tool: the patient portal. Patient portals on a health system's website can allow patient to easily schedule appointments, contact their provider and access other resources, which engages them in their care. These portals also help hospitals and physicians fulfill meaningful use stage 2 requirements of providing patients the ability to view their health information online and using electronic health records to identify patient-specific education resources.
Tuesday, 13 November 2012 11:26

NASS Releases Grant Requirements for 2013

The North American Spine Society will be providing various grants for research funding in 2013.
Published in Spine
This article is written by Zubin Emsley, chief executive officer, ChartLogic
Published in Practice Management