One of the issues that federal officials must tackle as they write a rule defining meaningful use of electronic health records is to figure out how to know that a provider organization has achieved meaningful use.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is mulling a number of options ranging from self-attestation of providers that they comply with meaningful use requirements, to requiring the reporting of electronic data that demonstrates meaningful use.
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