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How Nurse Practitioners can Make Meaningful Use Meaningful

Paper files are being replaced by electronic health record (EHRs) allowing for increased opportunities for sharing of clinical data; coordinating efficiencies in the delivery of care; increasing the quality and safety of care; a

nd meeting the Triple Aim challenge:

Improving the patient experience of care (including quality and satisfaction)Improving the health of populationsReducing the per capita cost of healthcare

As the largest and most diffuse segment of the health care workforce, nurses’ role in the adoption and optimal use (Meaningful Use) of EHRs as well as their role in facilitating health information exchange is essential.


For an discussion of nurses’ practical use of health IT, please join this webinar presented by The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC):


Nurse Practitioners & Meaningful Use (MU) Please join us on Wednesday March 26th, 2014 from 4:30-6pm EDT to hear leaders from the field, ONC, and CMS discuss Nurse Practitioners' Role in MU. ONC's Deputy National Coordinator Judy Murphy, RN, will be joined by CMS' Medicaid HIT Team to introduce this important topic.


ONC Health IT Fellow Bambi McQuade-Jones, DNP, will share her experiences and perspective on how health IT helps her improve her practice.

The goal is to identify tangible, actionable ways nurse practitioners can leverage meaningful use in their practice.

What: How Nurse Practitioners can Make Meaningful Use Meaningful

Who: Judy Murphy, RN, Deputy National Coordinator, ONC CMS' Medicaid HIT Team Bambi-McQuade Jones, DNP, Boone County Clinic CEO

When: Wednesday March 26th from 4:30-6pm EDT Call-In: 888-455-8510 code 8084016

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