Interest Soars in Meaningful Use Monitor's Audit Prevention Service

April 26, 2014   Business News
(PRLEAP.COM) April 26, 2014 - Rochester, WI Meaningful Use Monitor (MUM) has experienced a surge of interest in its recently released "Mock Audit" program, which helps eligible professionals and hospitals ensure their compliance with meaningful use requirements prior to attestation. Ultimately, the purpose of a "mock audit" is to help providers avoid recoupment of meaningful use incentive payments in the event of a CMS audit.

The Mock Audit program features a secure documentation portal that displays a provider's degree of readiness for an audit, and is ideal for eligible professionals and hospitals planning to attest for meaningful use. Mock Audit is also suitable for those who have already received notification of an audit and those planning to appeal an unfavorable audit result.

Mock Audit is the latest addition to MUM's product offerings, which also include Dedicated Compliance Databases for physicians and hospitals that fully integrates with a provider's electronic health records software and tracks meaningful use compliance. "MUM Club" is a monthly program giving providers exclusive access to meaningful use information and compliance strategies. To date, MUM's team of experts has helped dozens of hospitals and over 1,200 eligible providers avoid recoupment of CMS incentive payments-numbers that are growing by the day.

The Mock Audit program includes expert advice over the phone from a team of specialists able to quickly locate answers to meaningful use questions in the Federal Register. Mock Audit helps providers comply with audit requirements based on the Federal Register rather than relying on suggestions from electronic health records (EHR) software vendors that often provide inaccurate or inadequate information.

Meaningful Use Monitor urges eligible professionals and hospitals to perform a Mock Audit prior to attestation in order to ensure compliance with core and menu set objectives, and avoid possible recoupment of CMS incentive payments. For more information about Meaningful Use Monitor, visit http://www.meaningfulusemonitor.com/ or contact the company by phone at 414-640-2817.

About Meaningful Use Monitor
Meaningful Use Monitor is committed to helping ambulatory and inpatient healthcare providers comply with meaningful use objectives and receive their incentive payments through CMS. Their expert team has developed a sophisticated program with EHR linking capabilities that carefully monitors and tracks meaningful use progress. With innovative solutions like audit detection and mock audits prior to attestation, Meaningful Use Monitor has become part of the larger effort to help healthcare providers improve patient care and outcomes.
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