LTPAC Providers and Pharmacists Talk EHRs and Medication Information Exchange

Just because long-term and post-acute (LTPAC) care providers are exempt from the “meaningful use” EHR Incentive Program, it doesn’t mean clinicians in these facilities are immune to interacting with it.

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Panel Discussion to Tackle LTPAC Health IT Adoption Barriers

Long-term and post acute care (LTPAC) providers are absolutely crucial in helping the healthcare system transition away from a fee-for-service business model to a pay-for-performance model. However, some LTPAC providers, particularly smaller, stand-alone and rural providers, lack the financial incentives and health IT infrastructure to help their acute care counterparts.

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Discussion of ICD-10 Will Open AHIMA’s LTPAC Health IT Summit

Long-term and post-acute care (LTPAC) providers—unlike much of AHIMA’s membership—welcomed the delay of ICD-10-CM this spring, according to a presenter at AHIMA’s LTPAC Summit, coming up next week.

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