MEDHOST MU3 Resource Center
Meeting the Meaningful Use Stage 3 (MU3) requirements is an important step for hospitals and healthcare providers while working on interoperability. To fully take advantage of the flexibility and additional time that the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has provided to attest to Stage 3, we recommend that facilities prepare for MU3 updates now.
To help lead our partners through a successful MU3 attestation by 2019, we have provided several resources that cover the impacts, challenges, and best practices for MU3 implementation.
MEDHOST White Paper: Why to Prioritize Upgrading to Meaningful Use Stage 3 Now
Healthcare facilities must meet legal requirements to ensure that their electronic health records (EHRs) comply with Meaningful Use regulations and are certified to meet those requirements. With recent changes in MU3 regulations, some hospitals are debating whether it’s worth it to update their existing technology to comply with MU3 stage requirements.
MEDHOST Blog: MU3 Deadline Extension Doesn’t Mean You Can Wait to Implement Workflow Changes
Despite a CMS extension, healthcare facilities should make plans now to iron out changes to their workflows and promote the interoperability goals prompted by this rule change.
MEDHOST Infographic: Meaningful Use: Where We Are in 2018
We’ve broken it down—here’s what you need to know about MU3 as it stands in 2018.
MEDHOST Case Study: Leading the Way in Attestation for Meaningful Use Stage 3
Upgrading from a paper-based environment to an EHR helped a rural Colorado hospital avoid costly fines for missing Meaningful Use requirements. The hospital’s doctors, nurses, board of directors, and IT team worked together to address the difficult task of preparing for Meaningful Use Stage 3.
Podcast: How Implementing Meaningful Use Stage 3 Requirements Created a More Positive Patient Experience
Hear how Mt. San Rafael Hospital’s Chief Information Officer and Director of Information Technology Services led a hospital-wide digital transformation that resulted in increased productivity, reduced operating costs, and resulted in 99 percent up-time.