The Michigan Center for Effective IT Adoption, the state's Regional Extension Center, says it has reached its original grant-funded goal of helping 3,724 eligible professionals to achieve Meaningful Use of electronic health record technology.

M-CEITA’s one-on-one health information technical assistance has grown well beyond the original federally funded program. The program, led by the Altarum Institute, an Ann Arbor-based non-profit health systems research and consulting organization, was initially funded in 2010 by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.

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