MU Takes the Stage at RSNA 2013

In this month’s post, we take a look at news and industry updates from RSNA 2013.

Meaningful use is one of the most discussed topics across all health care specialties—and radiology is no exception. The challenges that the imaging community faces, and experiences of those that have already tackled this government program, were shared at the recent Radiological Society of North America annual conference.

RSNA 2013 offered a number of educational tracks and sessions dedicated to the subject. From information packed sessions for radiology IT providers, to discussions with leaders in the field, there was something for everyone impacted by the CMS EHR Incentive Programs. What’s more, this year’s conference featured dozens of new solutions designed for, and used for attestation by, radiology professionals.

Furthermore, a number of feature articles have been published over the past 2 weeks that focus on the topic of meaningful use and provide an excellent recap of the sessions and discussions that took place at the conference.

MU News from RSNA 2013

  • HealthDataManagement.com: Radiologists Share Diverse Meaningful Use Experiences –Read more…
  • DiagnosticImaging.com: Should Hospital-based Radiologists Pursue Meaningful Use? – Read more…
  • DiagnosticImaging.com: Some Radiologists Embrace Meaningful Use, Others Wait –Read more…
  • ImagingBiz.com: Take a Long View of MU –Read more…
  • TechTarget.com: New RIS workflows making EHRs look low-tech – Read more…

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