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University Radiology Group Works With MedInformatix to Meet Stage 1 Meaningful Use Qualifications
Date:2/24/2011

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In addition to improved treatments and patient outcomes, the sooner that radiologists implement meaningful use technology, the better from a financial incentive perspective. Those that wait until 2013 and 2014 receive lower incentives, while those that fail to comply with the provisions by 2015 face financial penalties of up to 5 percent in the form of CMS reimbursement reductions.

Stages 2 and 3 of meaningful use will address additional information exchange capabilities, including overall quality, safety and efficiency toward an improvement in the U.S. population's overall health.

"For us, there are only benefits. There are no disadvantages to meaningful use certification," Goldszal said.

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MedInformatix, Inc. (www.medinformatix.com) is a leading national provider of fully integrated Radiology Information Systems, Electronic Health Records, and Enterprise Practice Management and Billing Software.  The MedInformatix products have been built around 25 years of workflow expertise.  MedInformatix's suite of products is designed on a single database using Microsoft SQL. MedInformatix has a long history of successful implementations, such as a single physician who went live in 1994, a 13-location cardiology practice, the busiest radiology practice in Manhattan, or any practice in one of the 15 other specialties served.  Experience why so many practices from various specialties choose MedInformatix.  With 13 Microsoft nominations in 8 years, MedInformatix can turn the dream of a paperless, integrated practice into a reality.


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