Do your EHR customers receive Medicare reimbursements from CMS? Are they scrambling to adapt to 2024 changes in CMS requirements for Promoting Interoperability?
If you are a developer who provides an EHR/EMR solutions for physical and occupational therapists, clinical psychologists, registered dieticians, speech-language pathologists, and other niche healthcare environments, your customers’ exemption from CMS “Promoting Interoperability” requirements for ONC-Certified EHR Technology (CEHRT) is now gone.
Recent changes to CMS programs for 2024 mean your customers may be required to utilize a CEHRT system to protect their MIPS payments. And they’ll need to have a certified EHR in use for at least six months this year.
The stakes are high, and the pressure is on.
Without CEHRT capabilities in place by July 2024, your customers could face compliance issues and negative impacts on their MIPS payments. And you run the risk of losing your hard-won customers to competition.
The experts at Drummond can help you understand what is required to become CMS Certified and protect your market share.
- Understand the impact of the CMS 2024 rule changes on your customers. Learn how CMS requirements for certified Health IT affect your EHR users.
- Get a deep dive into ONC Health IT certification requirements so you can effectively plan to meet important deadlines.
- Get actionable insights and practical guidance to help you initiate and streamline the ONC certification process for your EHR solution.