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e-MDs Physicians are Among Nebraska's First to Attest for Meaningful Use
Date:12/12/2011

ther healthcare professionals in Nebraska for successful EHR adoption.

Dr. Weeks and Dr. Woodruff will serve as local leaders and advisors in the nation's transition toward an electronically‐ enabled health care system as members of the Meaningful Use Vanguard (MUV). MUV is an initiative of ONC and is designed to honor, thank and bring together clinicians who have successfully made the transition to EHRs.  

"We have long seen the benefits of EHRs and have been watching the product mature and improve for many years.  Over 2 years ago, we drafted some goals for an EHR and began a methodical search for our system.  We decided on e-MDs from Austin, TX and we went live in October 2009.  With careful planning, I thought our conversion went very well.  Our staff and providers all bought into the process and we were unified in making it a success.  We have seen greater efficiencies in accessing records both in and outside of the office.  Our records and patient care has improved dramatically since implementation," said Dr. Mark Woodruff, Southwest Family Physicians.

"We have been very pleased to see how quickly so many of our providers have successfully achieved MU across the nation," stated Michael Stearns, MD, President and CEO of e-MDs.  "To their credit, the majority of our providers were already using their EHRs in ways that often exceeded the Meaningful Use requirements. We are looking forward to Stages 2 and 3 and beyond, as this will allow us to achieve many of the benefits of health information technology that will have the greatest impact on patient care."

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