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REC Poster Parade at ONC’s Annual Meeting

HealthLINC’s Executive Director, Dr. Todd Rowland, attended the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) Annual Meeting – A Meaningful Foundation for the Future of Healthcare – in Washington, D.C., from December 11 – 13, 2012. ONC’s annual meeting offered awardees, stakeholders, and members of […]

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REC Newsletter

The LINC Newsletter is published quarterly. It is distributed to REC Clients and other interested providers and office managers engaged in Meaningful Use.                                 Image:

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2,058 Providers In Indiana Receive $135,338,908 Under EHR Incentive Programs

More than 100,000 health care providers have been paid under the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) announced today. Of those, 2,058 eligible providers in Indiana have received $135,338,908 in payments.

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Indiana Practices Still Have Time to Follow the ‘MUvers’

John Labban, M.D., has a very busy solo ob/gyn practice in Bloomington that ran out of space for paper charts. In May, he learned about web-based clinical messaging through HealthLINC and told his staff, “Let’s go for it.” They are still discovering the pros and cons of technology; however, Dr. Labban says the good things […]

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The Electronic Health Record Opportunity

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The Journey to Meaningful Use Conference Was a Success!

April 22, 2011     To view the PowerPoint slides used by speakers, click on the presenter’s name. 7:30a – 8:00a Registration & Breakfast/Vendors 8:00a – 8:30a Welcome Andrew Vanzee, Statewide Health IT Director   Indiana Family and Social Services Administration 8:30a – 9:15a Meaningful Use/CMS Incentives Barbara Stout, RN, Implementation Specialist, Kentucky REC 9:15a – 10:00a […]

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Why Should You Use the Tri-State Regional Extension Center

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HealthLINC Staff attend Tri-State REC Kickoff Event

Cincinnati, OH – HealthBridge, a not-for-profit health information organization serving the Greater Cincinnati tri-state area, has launched its new Tri-State Regional Extension Center (REC).  The Tri-State REC will help physicians and other medical professionals switch from paper records to using cutting-edge information technology to improve patient care. “This program is fundamentally about improving patient care,” […]

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Indiana’s Regional Extension Centers Are Now Open and Waiting To Assist You

With federal funds, the state’s two Regional Extension Centers (RECs) can help you adopt or improve an Electronic Health Records system. The

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Tri-State Regional Extension Center

HealthLINC Can Guide You Through the Process of Achieving “Meaningful Use” The Tri-State Regional Extension Center (REC) is one of a select group of organizations throughout the U.S. designated as having the experience and capacity necessary to assist health care providers with the task of modernizing their practices with certified EHRs. We have been selected […]

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