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Meaningful use stage i core objectives

Meaningful Use Stage ICore Objectives

  • MAQ Dashboard= Meaningful Use, Adoption, Quality Dashboard

  • Tool to measure provider and practice performance on meaningful adoption of EHR, population trends, and chronic disease/preventative care management

  • Data is not extracted realtime-The extraction of the previous month data is done in the first few days of each month.


Common term definitions

Commonterm definitions

EP-Eligible provider

Unique patients-If the patient is seen by the EP more than once during the reporting period, that patient is included in the denominator once.

Denominator- The number of patients that meet the objective criteria

Numerator-The number of patients from the denominator that have documentation in the medical record which satisfies the objective

Reportable visit types-Excludes telephone encounter, virtual visit. Other visit types have been manually excluded as well.


Obj304a cpoe

OBJ304A -CPOE

  • More than 30% of all unique patients with at least one medication in their medication list have at least one medication ordered using CPOE(Computerized order entry)

  • Must be a reportable visit type

  • Involves all methods of recording medications in a structured manner. This includes Order Sets, Templated, e-prescription, eClinisense and manually ordered medications from the treatment window of progress note


Obj302 c up to date problem list

OBJ302-CUp to date problem list

  • More than 80% of all unique patients seen by EP have at least one entry or an indication that no problems are known for the patient recorded as structured data

  • Must be a reportable visit type

  • Add any current and chronic problems to the problem list or check the No known problems box


Obj304 b generate and transmit erx

OBJ304-BGenerate and transmit eRX

  • More than 40% of all permissible prescriptions written by the EP must be transmitted electronically to pharmacies

    **Generating and transmitting a fax does NOT constitute electronic prescription


Obj302 d maintain active medication list

OBJ302-DMaintain active medication list

  • More than 80% of all unique patients seen by the EP must have at least one entry or an indication that the patient is not currently prescribed any medication recorded as structured data

  • Medications recorded in the current medications section of progress note.

    ** The medications verified box must be checked


Obj 302 e active medication allergy list

OBJ-302-E Active medication/allergy list

  • More than 80% of all unique patients seen by EP must have at least one entry or indication that the patient has no known medication allergies recorded as structured data

    ** Must be a reportable visit type

    Allergies verified box must be checked for every encounter


Obj 304c recording demographics

OBJ-304C Recording demographics

  • More than 50% of all unique patients seen by EP must have demographics entered as structured data

  • Preferred language, gender, race, ethnicity, date of birth

    **Must be a reportable visit type


Obj 302f record vital signs

OBJ-302F-Record vital signs

  • For more than 50% of all unique patients age 2 and over seen by EP must have height, weight, blood pressure and BMI recorded as structured data plot and display growth charts for children 2-20yrs

    ** Must be a reportable visit type

  • When height, weight and blood pressure are recorded, BMI is automatically calculated and growth charts are plotted.

    ** Even specialists must document all 3-height, weight, B/P


Obj 302g record smoking status

OBJ-302G Record smoking status

  • More than 50% of all unique patients 13 years or older seen by EP must have their smoking status recorded as structured data

    **Must be a reportable visit type

  • Complete the tobacco control smartform once for patients seen during 90 day reporting period.


Obj 304f electronic copy of health information

OBJ-304F Electronic copy of health information

  • More than 50% of all patients of the EP who request an electronic copy of their health information must be provided it within 3 business days

  • Patient information additional information, structured tab for documentation.

  • Office Managers / Coordinators have access to run registry report-Registry-Demographics

    ***Only one person can be in registry at a time


Obj 304h clinical visit summaries

OBJ-304H Clinical visit summaries

  • Clinical summaries must be provided to patients for more than 50% of all office visits within 3 business days

  • Visit summaries may be printed from progress note or resource schedule


Obj 203a drug interaction checks not on maq

OBJ-203A Drug interaction checks*not on MAQ

  • All medications prescribed to patients must be checked against all other medications as well as all known allergies/intolerance in order to determine if there are any potential harmful interactions

  • File-settings-My settings-User settings

    Pop up drug interaction window when interaction is: check mild, moderate or severe

  • Reports-EMR-drug interaction report logs


Obj 304i exchange key clinical information not on maq

OBJ- 304I Exchange key clinical information*not on MAQ

  • Providers must perform at least one test with another provider using certified EHR

  • File-settings my settings-eclinicalworks P2P to join

  • Outgoing referral-Send electronically via P2P

  • Video and FAQs will be available on website


Obj 302o w comply with hipaa rules not on maq

OBJ-302O-W Comply with HIPAA rules*not on MAQ

  • Conduct or review a security risk analysis, implement security updates as necessary, and correct identified security deficiencies as part of a risk management process

  • Session timeout =30 minutes

  • Password authentication lockout after 5 attempts

  • Strong password


The end

The END

  • There 2 Core objectives will be covered in Meaningful Use class 2

  • OBJ-304J Clinical quality measures

  • OBJ-304E Implement one clinical decision support rule(CDSS)


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