Meaningful Use attesters are anxious about being audited, and with good reason—making sure you have the right documentation on top of everything else is challenging. Approximately 5 percent of practices attesting for Meaningful Use can expect a pre-payment or post-payment audit, so it’s wise to understand the documentation requirements and prepare accordingly.
In this practical webinar from an expert experienced in Meaningful Use Audits, you will:
- Learn the documentation requirements
- Hear about best practices and resources
- Review the best ways to protect your practice
- And much more
Don’t miss your opportunity to learn how to survive a Meaningful Use audit in this free webinar.
About Your Speaker
Trudy Bearden, PA-C, MPAS, CPHIT, a Washington & Idaho Regional Extension Center (WIREC) consultant, provides support for eligible professionals and hospitals participating in the EHR Incentive Program and is the Qualis Health project lead on the Academic Innovations Collaborative, helping 18 sites with practice transformation. Ms. Bearden is also one of the primary leads on the ONC-endorsed Meaningful Use Burning Issues Workgroup, for which she has received ONC recognition and appreciation.
“How to Prepare for and Survive a Meaningful Use Audit” meets the criteria of the Professional Association of Health Care Office Management and is approved for 1.0 CEU(s).