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CMS updates to MU Stage 3 & 2015 reporting


CMS released updates to the MU Stage 3 and 2015 reporting.

Here are some highlights of the changes:

  • Providers and state Medicaid agencies now have until Jan. 1, 2018 to comply and prepare for the next set of system improvements
  • Stage 3 will now be optional in 2017
  • Stage 3 will have eight objectives: more than 60-percent require interoperability & public health reporting with have flexibility options
  • APIs will be required
  • Cybersecurity requirements have been strengthened
  • The reporting period for 2015 will be only 90 days for all providers, new providers in 2016 and 2017 & for any provider moving to Stage 3 of the program in 2017

We will provide additional information shortly.

View the CMS document for more detailed information.

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