iPatientCare once again proves its mettle by offering top quality EHR product coupled with best in class support services, to its customers, medical offices, helping several iPatientCare users secure federal incentives for Meaningful Use Stage 1 Year 2.
Medical practices all over United States reap benefits from Meaningful Use Stage 1 Year 2 by claiming federal incentives for second year in a row and iPatientCare Users stay ahead in the game. Several iPatientCare EHR users have received the ARRA HITECH Stimulus incentive dollars by demonstrating meaningful Electronic Health Record (EHR) adoption through iPatientCare’s unified EHR solution.
Gabriel Yuil, MD, of Yuil Medical Center in Massachusetts, is iPatientCare’s first customer yet again to demonstrate successful compliance to the ARRA Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 1 Year 2 criteria in the attestation process governed by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). “Apart from ongoing assistance provided by the iPatientCare team of MU experts, we could greatly benefit from the iPatientCare MU Dashboard, a multi-layered interactive reporting and alerting tool that enables users to track and meet the MU goals.” said Dr. Yuil.
Dr. Jitender Jain of Roseville Medical PC is all praise for the efficient and user-friendly iPatientCare EHR solution and iPatientCare MU Taskforce. Dr. Jain is another iPatientCare user. Roseville Medical PC is an internal medicine, hematology, and oncology practice located in Roseville, Michigan. “While the MU program helps improve quality of patient care in multiple ways, efficient and user-friendly iPatientCare EHR solution more than makes up for the investment (of time and money) by allowing to stay on top of reportable quality measures and making incentives much easier to come by.” said Dr. Jain. “Once iPatientCare team understands what you need, they work to make it happen.” he further added.
“We have been facilitating their customers for the attestation process by dedicating our team of highly knowledgeable MU Experts to calibrate existing datasets on an ongoing basis, track and report on ‘Quality of Care’ indicators. This ensures that the iPatientCare users are always on top of reportable quality measures.” said Sidhdhi Gajjar, Lead, MU-Task Force, iPatientCare.