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4 surefire signs you need a new EHR for MU2 and beyond

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As of November 1, 2014, only 2% of eligible professionals had attested to Meaningful Use 2. This is not good news for the thousands of independent physician practices that rely on Medicare payments: the Center for Medicare Services is slated to hand out 1% penalties this year for MU2 slackers—which is estimated to total $1.15B. With the 2014 Hardship Exception Deadline on the books, it’s time for many private practices to get serious about MU2.

There are a few telltale signs that expose an EHR vendor’s inability to keep up with the rapid-fire demands of changing regulations like MU2. This exclusive guide identifies four signs that it’s time for a move.


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