Lessons from a Large Practice Meaningful Use Attestation

Jocelyn Piccone, former COO at Wright State Physicians, a large group practice in Dayton, Ohio, is a fan of cloud-based electronic health records and practice management systems. She’s now an executive associate dean for finance and administration at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Odessa, but will represent Wright State during an education session at HIMSS 13 in New Orleans.

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Comments (1)
Cloud-based doesn't make a hill of beans as to whether the EHR will be good at Meaningful Use attestation success.

What matters is whether the EHR vendor has their act together.
Posted by Med Tech | Monday, February 11 2013 at 4:25PM ET
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