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Quick and Cost-Effective MU2 Attestation
Alternate text Posted by Merge Marketing on 12/17/2013 9:00:02 AM

Quick and Cost-Effective MU2 Attestation
According to RadiologyMU.org, radiologists who have attested for Meaningful Use have received approximately $60 million in incentive funds. In spite of this staggering statistic, only 12% of radiologists have attested for Meaningful Use. So where’s the discrepancy?

In Merge Healthcare’s latest webinar, client Ron Cornett of Radiology Ltd., one of the largest physician-owned group practices in Tucson, AZ, speaks to his organization’s experience with seeking attestation. Battling today’s market consolidation, radiology practices need to find ways to cut costs while still growing their businesses. With iConnect® Network, RadLtd’s staff gained access to a scalable solution that required no additional HL7 interfaces. They now use the image exchange network to deliver reports directly to referring physicians while meeting core Meaningful Use 2 (MU2) imaging requirements.
 
Learn how your radiology practice can benefit, too. Download the latest on-demand webinar to see:
 
  • What the benefits and cost of ownership of an electronic image exchange network are versus building HL7 interfaces
  • How the solution is architected and how it works
  • What it can mean to your network of referring physicians
 
What are some of the challenges you face with MU2 attestation? What are you looking for in solutions to help address these issues?
 

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