Practice Fusion and Wavelength Information Services, a nationally accredited Maryland-based healthcare IT firm and one of a limited number of organizations working directly with the Maryland Regional Extension Center, are partnering to provide a free Electronic Medical Record solution for medical professionals hoping to attest to Meaningful Use.
Wavelength Information Services is focused on providing quality professional service, ongoing education and accessible information technology solutions to help providers improve individual and community health. Through services like these, Wavelength has established itself as the leading organization getting Maryland providers started with Meaningful Use and helping them to get their incentive checks.
“Leveraging our unique understanding of both healthcare and technology, we enable providers to see first-hand the positive impact EMRs have on the medical care provided to the patients while at the same time moving the practice quickly along the path to Meaningful Use,” said Murray Oltman, President at Wavelength Information Services. “Practice Fusion has only made it easier. Our providers are thrilled with the Practice Fusion Meaningful Use Dashboard, which makes it easy to understand what is required and empowers the doctors as they work towards their incentives.”
To date Wavelength has helped Maryland physicians and practices receive more than $2 million in Meaningful Use incentives and their clients account for nearly 50% of the physicians that have successfully attested to Meaningful Use through Maryland’s REC program
“Wavelength Information Services has been a huge help for many Maryland doctors attesting to Meaningful Use,” said Todd Martin, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Practice Fusion. “By working with the Wavelength team, we’re aiming to make sure every doctor in that state has an EMR solution that is right for them, regardless of their budget. Our free, unlimited Meaningful Use support and daily Meaningful Use Dashboard reports make the whole process easier.”