Institute: ONC | Component: 1 | Unit: 10 | Lecture: b | Slide: 4
Institute:Office of National Coordinator (ONC) Workforce Training Curriculum
Component:Introduction to Health Care and Public Health in the U.S.
Unit:Meaningful Use
Lecture:Meaningful Use Operationalized
Slide content:MU Operationalized - 1 (Warning: Information overload!) For EPs and EHs, there are three requirements to receive MU funds: Meet meaningful use objectives Stage 1 (two sets of objectives) Core objectives, all of which must be met Menu requirements, choose 5 of the 10 Stage 2 Originally had core and menu objectives but Modified Stage 2 announced in 2015 had only core objectives Draft criteria for Stage 3 also have only core objectives 4
Slide notes:In this lecture, we will continue our discussion of the HITECH Act and achieving meaningful use. We will discuss how the meaningful use program has been operationalized, with the warning that there is a great deal of detail included here. It's most important, though, to keep your eye on the big picture. In the meaningful use program, recall that there are eligible professionals, eligible hospitals, and critical access hospitals, and that they need to meet three requirements to receive reimbursement funds: One requirement is meeting the meaningful use objectives in the various stages. In the original Stages 1 and 2, each had two sets of objectives. The first set of objectives were the core objectives. All of the core objectives had to be met. For the second set of objectives, users could choose a required number from a larger menu of options. Recently, Stage 2 has been modified to have only core objectives. In addition, the criteria for Stage 3 have been released. In this new setup , those seeking remuneration via the meaningful use program must meet all of the objectives; there are no choices. 4