computerized physician order entry system, maintain up to date problem list of current and active diagnoses. Those are just a few requirements that must be met to be eligible for incentive payments. Stage 2: This stage puts a larger emphasis on the exchange of clinical data from providers to patients. Stage 2 has the same requirements of stage one but just with a higher threshold. For example stage one that 30% of medication must be ordered with (CPOE). With stage 2 requires the use to record more than 60% of medication orders created by a physician or eligable health care professional during the reporting period. Stage 3: Stage 3 contains all of the requirements that physicians and healthcare professionals must meet to be able to receive incentives as well as avoid any penalties and fees. There are 8 core objectives that must be met. A few of the objectives are as follows. Eligible physicians must attest to conducting a security risk analysis in order to assess any vulnerabilities to protected health information (PHI) that could potentially lead to data leeks. Physicians also must have more than 80% of their medication orders created a physician during the EHR reporting period. RESOURCES: Basics. (2019, April 29). Retrieved from - Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Basics.html Stage3Medicaid_Require. (2018, April 25). Retrieved from - and-Guidance/Legislation/EHRIncentivePrograms/Stage3Medicaid_Require.html
4 main objectives of Promoting Interoperability (PI) Program. (2019, February 06). Retrieved from What is meaningful use stage 3? - Definition from WhatIs.com. (n.d.). Retrieved from
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