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2016 Meaningful Use Attestation Readiness Consultation

Meaningful Use Services
Matthew Richard is CIO of Mighty Oak Technology. Matt has overseen software development teams for Stage I and Stage II meaningful use EHR certifications. Matt wrote the manual on properly conducting and documenting HIPAA protected health information audits.

Mr. Richard has worked with hundreds of chiropractors, CAs, and staff to successfully demonstrate and document Meaningful Use of an EHR. Clinics working with Mighty Oak Technology have collected over a million dollars in incentive reimbursements.

Mighty Oak Technology has been on the forefront of educating Chiropractors on the requirements of successfully demonstrating Meaningful USe of an EHR since 2011. Demonstrating meaningful use in 2016 & 2017 can be confusing when trying to understand the requirements, exclusions and necessary documentation to ensure that you can pass an audit after you successfully attest.

Whether your clinic is at the top of its game or if you are as confused about meaningful use as 90% of other healthcare providers, our consultative services will help.

What you get with our one hour consultation:

  • HIPAA Security Audit Workbook and Report Templates ($300 Value)
  • A Detailed list of Measures that have no exclusions
  • A detailed list of measures with exclusions
  • Instruction on how to properly document measures and exclusion
  • Template for documenting successful meaningful use attestation for your records

Mighty Oak Technology can also review your attestation documentation and help you meet compliance. We have taken hundreds of providers through stages I & II of Meaningful Use attestation. We have helped many clinics with Meaningful Use pre-pay audits. Call today to schedule your clinical evaluation.

Consulting Rates
Meaningful Use Review – Includes all the above listed points. A one-on-one session to review all requirements and exclusions that apply to your clinic, outlining a plan for your clinic to meet all requirements by December 31, and a meeting summary for your record.