OVERVIEW. CAH and Rural Hospitals August 2012. Goals and Objectives. GA-HITREC Funding & 4-Year Objectives. $20.5 million to assist providers with selection, successful implementation, and meaningful use of certified EHR systems $19.5 million – Individual Providers
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CAH and Rural Hospitals August 2012
It is our aim to become the Health Information Technology Center for physicians and CAH/RH across the state of Georgia
We are here to serve YOU!
Existing Technical Service Areas for CAH/RH (Free)
New Technical Service Areas for CAH/RH (Fee-Based)
Join us for Health IT LUNCH N LEARN
3rd Tuesday of each month at 12:30
We’ll present topics of interest which may include:
Under Resources on the GA-HITREC website, you’ll find attestation guides, regulations, workbooks, and more. Take some time to read these materials to help you through your process.
To get more information about each class, visit the online training center and click on the course of interest.
Certified Health Information Technology Professional – Implementation Support Specialist
Scholarships are being awarded to GA-HITREC hospitals for the courses, a combined value of $700. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to apply. Once approved, you will receive the promotional code that will give you access to this certification opportunity. The CHITP-ISS exam will be $299
Sherri Ackerman email@example.com
Dr. Denise Hines
Or the call center number: