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Meaningful Use: Where Radiologists Stand


Are you attesting to the meaningful use of electronic health records? Here are the results of a survey of radiologists’ eligibility and participation.

Are you participating in the federal government’s meaningful use program for the use of certified electronic health record technology? To guide radiology professionals on the path and get a view of participation, Keith J. Dreyer, DO, FACR, FSIIM, a leading authority on meaningful use in radiology, developed a short survey.Here are the results from 328 respondents surveyed via DoYouMU.com, radiologyMU.org, and Diagnostic Imaging between December 1, 2012 and January 31, 2013. The survey is still available at DoYouMU.com, and results will be reported again in several months.   

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