Meaningful Use Stages 1 and 2 Objectives and Measures

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Meaningful Use Stages 1 and 2 Objectives and Measures

  1. 1. Meaningful Use Incentive Program HighlightsStage 1 and Stage 2 Objectives and Measures
  2. 2. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights
  3. 3. Meaningful Use Incentive Program HighlightsObjectives vs. Measures
  4. 4. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Objectives Broad spanning goals/activities Ex: Record demographics, maintain active medication list, implement one clinical decision support rule, etc.
  5. 5. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Measures Specific task(s) requirements Ex: Breast cancer screening, asthma assessment, anti-depressant medication management, etc.
  6. 6. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights When I meet the Measure, I satisfy the Objective for that Stage
  7. 7. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use
  8. 8. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use July 2010
  9. 9. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use
  10. 10. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use 15 Core Measures
  11. 11. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use 15 Core MeasuresChoose 5 of 10 Menu Measures
  12. 12. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use 15 Core MeasuresChoose 5 of 10 Menu Measures Total: 20 Measures
  13. 13. Meaningful Use Incentive Program HighlightsIs Meaningful Use only for primary care providers?
  14. 14. Meaningful Use Incentive Program HighlightsIs Meaningful Use only for primary care providers? No.
  15. 15. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights But how do mid-wives perform asthma assessments or recordpneumonia vaccination status for older adults?
  16. 16. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights But how do mid-wives perform asthma assessments or recordpneumonia vaccination status for older adults? Enter: Exclusion Clause
  17. 17. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Exclusion ClauseMU objectives not applicable to every provider’s clinical practice, thus they would not have any eligible patients or actions for the measure Ex: Dentists do not perform immunizations; chiropractors do not ePrescribe, etc.
  18. 18. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use 15 Core MeasuresChoose 5 of 10 Menu Measures 13 Exclusion Clauses
  19. 19. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use
  20. 20. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use August/September 2012
  21. 21. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use
  22. 22. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use 17 Core Measures
  23. 23. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use 17 Core MeasuresChoose 3 of 6 Menu Measures
  24. 24. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use 17 Core MeasuresChoose 3 of 6 Menu Measures 20 Exclusion Clauses
  25. 25. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 2 Meaningful Use 17 Core MeasuresChoose 3 of 6 Menu Measures Total: 20 Measures
  26. 26. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights REMEMBER:
  27. 27. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights REMEMBER: Meaningful Use is a provider program.
  28. 28. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights REMEMBER: Meaningful Use is a provider program. It is not a clinic program.
  29. 29. Meaningful Use Incentive Program Highlights Stage 1 Meaningful Use 15 Core Measures Choose 5 of 10 Menu Measures 13 Exclusion Clauses Stage 2 Meaningful Use 17 Core Measures Choose 3 of 6 Menu Measures 20 Exclusion Clauses
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