Amazing Charts, a leading developer of Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems for outpatient physician practices, announces a new value-added service for the community of Amazing Charts EHR users. Amazing Charts MU Success Services helps providers and their staff navigate the complexities of Meaningful Use (MU), making it easier to complete a successful attestation and collect Federal incentive dollars.
The introduction of MU Success Services coincides with an important deadline in the Meaningful Use calendar. Medicare Eligible Providers (EPs) must attest by February 28, 2015 to collect incentive payments for three consecutive months of Stage 1 or Stage 2 reporting in 2014. The deadline for Medicaid EPs is March 31, 2015.
“The Amazing Charts professional walked me through every step of the MU attestation process,” said Salman Malik, MD, FACC, president of the Cardiovascular Clinic of North Texas. “He had a rare combination of technical expertise and knowledge about Meaningful Use compliance and rules. It was well worth spending $75 because now I can look forward to an unforeseen incentive payment for my second year on Stage One.”
In keeping with Amazing Charts’ mission of delivering affordable solutions, the MU Success Services start at $50 per remote session with a Meaningful Use Specialist. This compares to the hundreds or thousands of dollars in fees typically charged by Meaningful Use consultants for comparable attestation services. Free advertising-supported EHRs, such as Practice Fusion, do not offer personalized MU attestation services of any kind.
About Amazing Charts
Amazing Charts provides Electronic Health Records (EHR/EMR), Practice Management, and other Health IT solutions to healthcare practices. Based on number one user ratings for usability, fair pricing, and overall satisfaction, Amazing Charts EHR has been adopted by more than 10,000 clinicians in over 6,800 private practices. Founded in 2001 by a family physician, today Amazing Charts, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Pri?Med, an operating division of Diversified Communications (DC) and a trusted source for professional medical education to over 260,000 clinicians since 1995. For more information, visit: www.amazingcharts.com.