Questions About "Meaningful Use"?

Call the Partnership Hotline

Finding answers to questions about meaningful use, clinical quality measures, registration and other related questions just got a little easier. 

As a test state for the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, The Ohio Health Information Partnership launched a click-to-call campaign to simplify the process of finding help for EHR related questions. 

Someone from The Partnership is available to take calls to the 1-866-955-8971 hotline from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The full list of topics for the hotline is: Medicaid meaningful use, registration, timing of payments, clinical quality measures, and adopt, implement, upgrade.

 If you or a provider you know has any questions about meaningful use, please call today!

The Ohio Health Information Partnership was designated by the State of Ohio in August 2009, to oversee the adoption and use of electronic medical records by Ohio's health care providers.  The founding five members include: BioOhio, the Ohio Hospital Association, the Ohio State Medical Association, the Ohio Osteopathic Association, and the Ohio Department of Insurance.  OOA has a permanent seat on the OHIP Executive Committee.  


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