CMS Proposes MU Attestation for Clinical Quality Measures in 2012

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Hospitals, critical access hospitals and eligible professionals may continue to report clinical quality measures for meaningful use via attestation in 2012, just as they must do in 2011, according to two proposed rules from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.  Also, just like 2011, the measures must be calculated using meaningful use-certified electronic health records.

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Topics: EHR Software, Meaningful use

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