Meaningful use audits against 2015 attestations are currently underway. Through our work at MeaningfulUseAudits.com we have found that there are specific areas of attestation documentation that are particularly difficult for Eligible Hospitals (EH) and Critical Care Hospitals (CAH).
The long awaited Final Rule gave providers a clearer view for 2015 – 2017 and Stage 3 Meaningful Use (MU). Some of the most fascinating details are found in the nuances buried in the response to public comments.
One of the more common questions we are asked at Meaningful Use Audits has to do with how long after attestation can a CMS Meaningful Use audit take place. What is the look back period? When it is OK to breathe easy?
Given what is at stake, preparing for a pre or post-payment audit of a CMS EHR incentive should be considered part of the entire meaningful use process. And while attestations can be withdrawn, they cannot be withdrawn during an audit.
The Office of Inspector General (OIG) continues to aggressively audit eligible hospitals (EH) for their CMS EHR Incentive attestations. This week I received documents related to an audit recently initiated against a Medicaid EH.
Most of us have gotten pretty used to the Meaningful Use (MU) audits being conducted by Figliozzi & Company. They are the folks that have been conducting the CMS EHR Incentive audits for both eligible hospitals (EH) and professionals (EP) involved in the Medicare or dually-eligible Medicare/Medicaid EHR incentive programs. You know the drill by […]