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Public Data Set on Meaningful Use Attestations and the Certified EHR Technology Used

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT (ONC) recently published public use data on healthdata.gov merging EHR Incentive Program attestations with the HIT products used.

At the time the most recent XLS report was compiled (November 2011), there were 22,961 total EP attestations (both Medicare and Medicaid) with 115 diagnostic radiologists, 45 radiation oncologists, and 18 interventional radiologists included in the data set.  Although de-identified, the data set is useful for seeing which HIT products EPs used to comply and if there are any trends by specialty, state, etc.

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