Three Ways DrFirst Can Increase Your Eligibility For Meaningful Use of EHR
Think your practice is too small to afford a Meaningful Use EHR solution? Maybe you're a pain care specialist, dentist, or other provider who primarily writes controlled substances prescriptions - and you don't see how you can prove "Meaningful Use" if you can't e-prescribe, a core Meaningful Use EHR objective. Or, perhaps you're a nurse practitioner, and aren't even sure if you can participate in the Meaningful Use EHR incentive program.
Think again. None of these situations preclude you from receiving tens of thousands of dollars in Meaningful Use EHR incentive funds - and DrFirst can help!
Rcopia-MU: A Meaningful Use EHR solution you really can afford.
Not all providers are ready to purchase a comprehensive EHR solution, but that shouldn't disqualify them from participating in the Meaningful Use EHR incentive program. And with Rcopia-MU, it doesn't! A "modular" EHR solution, Rcopia-MU gets providers comfortable with basic electronic processes, like entering patient demographics and e-prescribing, without requiring they go fully paperless. However, they can qualify for all of the Meaningful Use EHR incentive checks!
And no, there's not a catch or an expensive price tag. We often hear from amazed providers that they had no idea such an affordable solution was available - but there really is!
EPCS Gold: E-prescribing of controlled substances
DrFirst is the only company to offer electronic prescribing of controlled substances that fully satisfies the DEA's strict requirements. This effectively welcomes thousands of providers to e-prescribing, a core Meaningful Use EHR objective! "EPCS Gold" is an easy, inexpensive add-on to our Rcopia-MU and Rcopia solutions that doctors use to prove their identity before authorizing an electronic prescription. This is a huge development in the Meaningful Use EHR incentive program, as now countless more providers can finally e-prescribe.
Meaningful Use EHR eligibility for nurse practitioners
There's still some confusion over whether nurse practitioners are eligible for the Meaningful Use EHR program. Rest assured, they are, provided they have "a minimum 30% Medicaid Patient volume, or practice predominantly in a Federally Qualified Health Center or Rural Health Center and have a minimum 30% patient volume attributable to needy individuals." That's straight from the CMS!
A final reminder to nurse practitioners and physicians alike: no matter how small or large your budget or your practice, Rcopia-MU is designed and priced to help you qualify for a big Meaningful Use EHR check in ninety days and maximize your ROI. In fact, many Meaningful Use EHR objectives are automatically met with no action from the user required.
Still have questions about Meaningful Use EHR eligibility? DrFirst is here to help. We have daily live, free demos that answer your questions from A to Z. A personal consultation is always available, free and with no obligation. Learn more today about how you can earn your own Meaningful Use EHR incentives check!
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