Indiana and Ohio have launched their Medicaid electronic health records meaningful use incentive programs, the 14th and 15th states to do so, as rollout of the Medicaid program across the nation remains slow.

Both states went live on May 2, the first to launch since early April and only two of four states that have gone live since Feb. 23. Seven states have issued incentive payments, an increase of one state since Feb. 23.

Information on the Indiana meaningful use program is here and the Ohio program is here.

--Joseph Goedert


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