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Jefferson County Pediatric practice collects $85,000 in EHR Incentives using MediSYS EHR!

MediSYS Offers the Best Solutions for Urgent Care Clinics

East Alabama ENT Provider Using MediSYS Collects $18,000 in Medicare EHR Incentives!

Central Alabama Ophthalmologists Collects $19,549 in Incentives!

CMS Delays Stage 3 Meaningful Use

Better documentation with MediSYS EHR equals $40,000+ more for Alabama Pediatrician

CMS eHealth Programs Interactive Timeline

East Alabama Family Practitioner Collects $18,000 in Medicare EHR Incentive

Extended Meaningful Use Stage 2 and Stage 3 Timeline

South Alabama Family Practice using MediSYS earns $36,000 in Medicare incentives!

East Alabama OB/GYN Provider Collects $21,250 in Incentive!

A Walker County clinic using MediSYS has collected $126,000 in Medicare EHR Incentives!

Neurology practice collects $54,000 in Medicare Incentives while incorporating voice recognition!

South Alabama Pediatric Practice Collects $64,500 in Incentives!

NEW Interactive Cahaba GBA Claims Issue Log

Clark County Family Practice earns $36,000 in Medicare Incentives using MediSYS EHR!

4 Reasons You Should Outsource Your Medical Billing

Walker County Nurse Practitioners Received $42,500 in Medicaid EHR Incentive for the first year!

Decatur General Hospital Interface available now through MediSYS EHR

Chatom Primary Care: Where Patient’s are #1

Bill is passed that delays ICD10 implementation until 2015

2014 Is Big, Let MediSYS Guide You Through

Why MediSYS Works Best for Hospital-Owned Practices

Baldwin County Practice using MediSYS collects $54,000 in EHR incentives!

MediSYS ‘ICD-10 Validated’ by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Alabama

Additional information on July 1 DME face-to-face requirement from CMS

Using MediSYS EHR a Marion County Internal Medicine Practice earned $54,000 in Medicare incentives!

West Alabama Internal Medicine Group Collects $83,000 in Incentives!

Central Alabama Clinic using MediSYS EHR receives $108,000 in Medicare EHR Incentives!

CMS extended the eRX hardship exemption deadline to Nov. 8th

November 02nd, 2011

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) announced today that the deadline to request hardship exemptions from the 2012 penalty (1% payment reduction) has been extended to Tuesday Nov. 8th.

Eligible Professionals can submit their hardship exemption on the Quality Net website.


As a reminder, eligible professionals (EPs) must qualify for one or more of the following categories in order to submit a request for a hardship exemption by Nov. 8 to avoid the 2012 penalty which is a 1 percent payment reduction in 2012:

  • Inability to electronically prescribe due to local, state, or federal law or regulation
  • Limited prescribing activity
  • Insufficient opportunities to report the electronic prescribing measure
  • Practice in a rural area without sufficient high speed internet access
  • Practice in an area without sufficient available pharmacies for electronic prescribing
  • Registered to participate in the Medicare or Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs for 2011 and have adopted Certified EHR technology

For more information on the CMS e-prescribing incentive program, visit the CMS eRX webpage.