Proposed "meaningful use" rules receive mixed reactions

01/4/2010 | Healthcare IT News

Stakeholders in health care expressed differing opinions on the newly proposed "meaningful use" criteria. The Medical Group Management Association said the proposed rules are "overly burdensome" and "will only discourage physician participation." Meanwhile, John Halamka, Healthcare Information Technology Standards Panel chairman and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center CIO, lauded the proposed regulations and the work that went into creating them.

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