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Minnesota EHR Incentive Program (MEIP)
Effective October 18, 2012, the Minnesota Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program (MEIP) is online and accepting enrollments and attestations. Refer to the Provider Preparation for EHR Incentive Programs page for instructions on registration and enrollment in MEIP.
State Medicaid programs are establishing Electronic Health Records (EHR) Incentive Programs under the provisions of the HITECH Act. These programs provide for incentive payments to certain health care professionals and hospitals that meet specific eligibility requirements when they adopt, implement, upgrade and meaningfully use certified EHR technology. In Minnesota, DHS will administer the Minnesota EHR Incentive Program (MEIP). To be eligible for MEIP, health care professionals and hospitals must fall within the defined classifications and meet minimum Medicaid Patient Volume (MPV) thresholds.
Key Milestones to Date
Minnesotas Phased Approach for MEIP Implementation
DHS is taking a phased approach to launching MEIP and it is important that providers are aware of the following key dates:
Eligible Professionals (EP) and Eligible Hospitals (EH) can register at the federal level indicating their plans to participate in the MEIP program
EPs and EHs can enroll in the Minnesota EHR Incentive Program and begin the attestation process
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