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BridgeFront And OCHIN Collaborate To Develop Online Library For Meaningful Use Education.

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healthcare IT newsBridgeFront, a major company offers online training courses in different fields including healthcare, and OCHIN, a leading provider of health information technology solutions, announced their collaboration to develop a library of 50-plus online courses that covers the challenges of complying with meaningful use standards. Courses will be delivered through BridgeFront's Online Education Center to up to 3,000 members of O-HITEC.

Oregon's Health Information Technology Extension Center (O-HITEC) is responsible for helping more than 3,000 Oregon primary care providers adopt certified Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems and help them meet the meaningful use standards to improve the quality and reduce the cost of patient services.

The new library of courses will include important topics like e-prescribing, evidenced-based best practice and decision support, and a variety of practice management courses necessary for healthcare providers and their staff members to meet the criteria for Meaningful Use, a major component of healthcare reform. Adherence to these standards allows individual providers to receive up to $44,000 in Medicare or up to $64,000 in Medicaid incentive payments from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).


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