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HHS Watchdog Sees Room for Improvement in Meaningful Use Oversight

NOV 29, 2012
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A report from the HHS Office of Inspective General finds the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services does not verify the accuracy of providers’ self-reported compliance with electronic health records meaningful use requirements prior to issuing incentive payments.

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