Learn How to Meet Early Meaningful Use Requirements

From AHDI/MTIA Vitals newsletter…

The Health Story Project: Exchange Basic Records and Meet Early Meaningful Use Requirements (Part II)

Please join the Health Story Project for a special webinar presentation Wednesday, December 1, 2010; 10:00-11:00 AM Eastern.

Over a billion clinical notes are created by physicians in the U.S. each year. With standards, the output can easily integrate with EMRs/HIEs and provide a glide path to interoperability. The Health Story Project is an industry collaboration working to accelerate the development and adoption of standards for electronic clinical documents using HL7 Clinical Document Architecture (CDA) and Continuity of Care Document (CCD) templates. Learn how use of these standards support ARRA requirements for meaningful use for exchanging basic records – even prior to EMR system adoption. And, discover the benefits of the Health Story approach, including minimal disruption to workflow, physician acceptance, leveraging current technology investments and offering easy access to the right information. Can your system support this strategy? Learn how to get started.

Presenters include Bob Dolin, MD, Chair, HL7 International and Principal, Semantically Yours, LLC and Liora Alschuler, Health Story Executive Committee Member and Principal, Alschuler Associates, LLC.

Register Now

Please let us know if you are interested in an update yet unable to make the webinar.

Brought to you by:
Association for Healthcare Documentation Integrity (AHDI)
Clinical Documentation Industry Association (CDIA)
The Health Story Project
HL7 International

On behalf of the Health Story Project
Integrating Narrative Notes and the EHR

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