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Greenway Medical Technologies Enhances Advisory and Consulting Partnership Strategies with Regional Extension Centers
Date:11/17/2009

as chairman of the HIMSS EHR Association and testified before HHS on meaningful use criteria that is expected by December 18th.

Under the act, each REC is eligible for funding ranging from $1 million to $30 million with an expected average of $8,543,000, for EHR implementation to service a minimum of 1,000 providers per contiguous geographic center, granted during two, two-year budget cycles of the initial four-year program. Additionally, under separate ARRA HIT incentives, providers are also eligible for between $18,000 - $25,000 beginning in 2011 for certified EHR adoption, with maximum incentives reaching $44,000 per eligible professional under Medicare and $63,750 under Medicaid.

Another critical aspect of the REC application process is showing future sustainability of EHR systems through in-kind gifts, service fees and other funding sources pursued by the non-profit operators of the RECs. "We know the ONC is giving REC preference to medical societies, primary care associations, public health agencies and rural hospital and community health centers, but at the same time, any qualifying non-profit agency can apply. RECs can also work with and seek funding from established federal programs like the Indian Health Service (IHS), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), for example," said Barnes. "The point of consultation is showing all of these entities the key metrics of meaningful EHR adoption and how they can merge resources to not only achieve meaningful EHR use in their communities but also sustain their organizations for the long-term."

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