Arizona, Connecticut, Rhode Island and West Virginia have joined 17 other states in going live with their Medicaid electronic health records meaningful use incentive programs. Click on a state's hyperlink to get to its meaningful use web site.
Other states with programs in operation include Alabama, Alaska, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Washington.
Most states plan to roll out their Medicaid MU programs during 2011; some are likely to not be ready until early 2012.
HDM Breaking News, July 11, 2011
- HIMSS, CDW Team for Meaningful Use Education
- EHR Meaningful Use Certifiers Stay Busy
- Four Apps Added to EHR Certification Roster
- Payer, Provider, Vendors Team for MU
- Four More EHRs Certified for Meaningful Use Suppor...
- Beacon Communities to Get More Help
- Patients Still Wary About EHRs
- Medical Societies Seek Medicare e-Prescribing Chan...
- EHR Meaningful Use Certifiers Remain Busy
- Ambulatory EMR Market Snapshot
- More EHRs Join the MU Certification Roster
- Meaningful Use Certified Product List Grows by Fiv...
- Four More States Live on Medicaid Meaningful Use
- ONC: We Agree to Stage 2 Meaningful Use Delay
- CMS Education Targets Meaningful Use, Patient Safe...
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