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New ONC Data Shows that Meaningful Use Attestation is Nearing the One Million Mark

Shared by Radhika Narayanan | 6 4 1 | about 3 years ago

The latest release of Meaningful Use (MU) Attestation Data by HealthData.gov shows that as of Feb. 3, 2016 there had been 998,709 MU attestations.

Epic Systems Corporation continues to be the market share leader amongst certified EHR systems. “EpicCare Ambulatory – Core EMR” is the single most attested EHR with 110,173 providers qualifying for meaningful use using the system, and “EpicCare Ambulatory 2014 Certified EHR Suite” received an additional 65,031 meaningful use attestations. eClinicalWorks came in at number 3 with 52,641 attestations, and “NextGen Amulatory EHR” trailed closely behind with 50,721 attestations. Rounding out the top 5 was “Allscripts Professional EHR” with 26,591 attestations.

This data has now been incorporated into AmericanEHR’s Meaningful Use Attestation Search Tool. This easy-to-use tool allows users to review and filter meaningful use attestations by: year; medical specialty; state; product setting (ambulatory/inpatient); program (Medicare/Medicaid); provider type (EP/hospital); EHR product; and product classification (complete EHR/modular EHR). AmericanEHR.com also incorporates it’s own EHR satisfaction ratings into the MU Attestation reports to provide insights into the usability and overall satisfaction of each rated product.

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Categories Meaningful Use Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC)



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