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Meaningful Use Success Stories

July 27, 2011

Is your practice planning to attest for Stage 1 Meaningful Use of an EHR? Read these success stories for to find out how other practices found success implementing Electronic Health Records and adapting to the requirements of the Meaningful Use measures.

Patrick Golden, MD: A 24-year veteran, Patrick Golden, MD, practices medicine in Fresno, CA. Recently, he successfully steered his solo practice through Stage 1 Meaningful Use attestation. Having purchased his EHR, the Sage Intergy EHR, in 2009, he offers guidance to other physicians hoping to receive federal incentives through Meaningful Use.

Old Hook Medical Associates: Edward Gold, MD, practices at Old Hook Medical Associates (OHMA), a 20-physician multispecialty practice in Emerson, NJ. Over the past several months, he has successfully led the practice’s efforts to achieve Stage 1 meaningful use, using the Sage Intergy Meaningful Use Edition. He speaks of his experience as a user of EHR technology and the process of preparing for meaningful use attestation, as well as the value of EHR for both the practice and its patients.

Dr. Moore and Associates: Donald E. Moore, MD, operates a solo physician practice in Brooklyn, New York. Over the past few months, he has led his clinic and staff through Stage 1 meaningful use attestation using the Sage Intergy Meaningful Use Edition, a certified solution that includes integrated EHR, practice management, patient portal and clinical quality measures reporting. As an early adopter of EHR technology, he offers this insight for all physicians looking to achieve State 1 meaningful use attestation.

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