Regional Extension Center. Take Advantage of a Federally Funded Program to Help You Choose the Right Electronic Health Record. Fall 2010. CRISP Background. CRISP began as a conversation between Erickson Retirement Communities, Johns Hopkins Medicine, MedStar Health, and UMMS in 2006
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Take Advantage of a Federally Funded Program to Help You Choose the Right Electronic Health Record
Burke-Beebe, S. and Higgins, A., Assessing EMR Adoption & Implementation in Physician Small Office Settings, 2005.
“CRISP’s Regional Extension Center brings highly qualified IT organizations, called Management Service Organizations (MSOs) , into the Maryland marketplace to assist providers adopt electronic health record(EHRs), achieve meaningful use and realize your Medicare or Medicaid Incentives”
- Daniel Wilt, Program Director
Maryland providers have a new ally to help them Adopt, Adapt, and Advance…
Milestones established to ensure delivery of REC services:
Available at www.crisphealth.org:
MedChi Healthcare Information Technology CME Events
For more information on these and other events, please visit www.crisphealth.org or www.medchi.org
The CRISP Regional Extension Center is here to direct you to an MSO that can assist you and your practice to Adopt, Adapt, and Advance
For help with choosing an MSO, getting connected to the HIE, and obtaining more information on meaningful use and incentives, e-mail [email protected] or call 1.877.95.CRISP(27477). GET STARTED TODAY!
Federal funding for the REC is provided through the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) and the
Department of Health and Human Services under grant number 90RC0059/01