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Free Health Information Technology Assistance for Medicaid Providers

With funding from Kansas Department of Health and Environment, Division of Health Care Finance (KDHE/DHCF), KFMC is providing free education and hands-on assistance to Medicaid providers to optimize their use of electronic health information technology. KDHE/DHCF encourages the use of certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT) by all Medicaid providers. With the help of KFMC’s health IT consultants, Medicaid providers are able to meet the Medicaid Promoting Interoperability objectives (formerly known as Meaningful Use objectives) to earn the incentives.

Free assistance is available to Medicaid providers (MDs, DOs, Nurse Practitioners, Nurse Midwives, and Dentists) for:

  • Medicaid Promoting Interoperability program education
  • Promoting Interoperability Registration and Attestation and Reporting
  • Certified EHR Technology Verification and Configuration
  • Current Promoting Interoperability and Clinical Quality Measures Requirements
  • Promoting Interoperability Measures Monitoring
  • Electronic Protected Health Information (EPHI) Security Risk Analysis
  • EPHI Security Risk Management Action Plan Development
  • HIPAA Privacy and Security Policies and Procedures Review, Development and Updating
  • Certified EHR Technology Implementation including
    • Vendor Selection
    • Implementation Assistance
  • Process Analysis and Redesign
  • Health Information Technology Support.

For more information on KFMC’s work with Medicaid HIT, please contact Gary Carder.