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Launch Dates forMeaningful Use
Meaningful Use
Meaningful Use  Stage Two begins for eligibleproviders in calendar year 2014.
Meaningful UseIn 2014, regardless of being an MU1 or    MU2 eligible provider, reporting      periods will be a quarter.
Meaningful UseFor latecomers beginning MeaningfulUse after 2014, the reporting period          will be a full year.
Meaningful UseWhy switch to quarterly reporting periods?
Meaningful UseTo align and support other federal   initiatives (PQRS, ACO, etc.)
Meaningful UseTo align and support other federal   initiatives (PQRS, ACO, etc.) However, this could create data       int...
Launch TimelineFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   90 days   of Stage 1 in   2011For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Full year   of Stage 1 in   2012For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Receive   incentivesFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Full year   of Stage 1 in   2013For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Receive   incentivesFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Begin Stage 2   2014For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Choose a   quarter to   reportFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
Launch Timeline Ex:   Same for   Stage 1   latecomersFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
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Launch Dates for Meaningful Use

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In less than two years, many changes will take effect for eligible providers seeking Meaningful Use incentives. Adele Allison, National Director of Government Affairs at SuccessEHS, explains what changes providers can expect moving forward.

To view, print or download the Meaningful Use Launch Dates timeline, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog

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  1. 1. Launch Dates forMeaningful Use
  2. 2. Meaningful Use
  3. 3. Meaningful Use Stage Two begins for eligibleproviders in calendar year 2014.
  4. 4. Meaningful UseIn 2014, regardless of being an MU1 or MU2 eligible provider, reporting periods will be a quarter.
  5. 5. Meaningful UseFor latecomers beginning MeaningfulUse after 2014, the reporting period will be a full year.
  6. 6. Meaningful UseWhy switch to quarterly reporting periods?
  7. 7. Meaningful UseTo align and support other federal initiatives (PQRS, ACO, etc.)
  8. 8. Meaningful UseTo align and support other federal initiatives (PQRS, ACO, etc.) However, this could create data integrity issues.
  9. 9. Launch TimelineFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  10. 10. Launch Timeline Ex: 90 days of Stage 1 in 2011For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  11. 11. Launch Timeline Ex: Full year of Stage 1 in 2012For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  12. 12. Launch Timeline Ex: Receive incentivesFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  13. 13. Launch Timeline Ex: Full year of Stage 1 in 2013For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  14. 14. Launch Timeline Ex: Receive incentivesFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  15. 15. Launch Timeline Ex: Begin Stage 2 2014For a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  16. 16. Launch Timeline Ex: Choose a quarter to reportFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
  17. 17. Launch Timeline Ex: Same for Stage 1 latecomersFor a copy of this chart, visit our blog: info.successehs.com/blog
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