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Getting to Meaningful Use and Beyond

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Getting to Meaningful Use and Beyond
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Publisher: O'Reilly Media
ISBN/ASIN: 1449305024

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Meaningful Use underlies a major federal incentives program for medical offices and hospitals that pays doctors and clinicians to move to fully electronic health records. This book is a rosetta stone for the IT implementer that will teach you to bring organizations to implement and use electronic health records.

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