Meaningful Use Practice Analyzer: Functions Performed by Radiology Groups

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Last month we took our first look at’s practice analyzer in our blog article, Meaningful Use Practice Analyzer for Radiologists. This month we are following up with an updated blog, analyzing provider input from thousands of data points, to offer a clear snapshot on the readiness, concerns, successes, and expectations about meaningful use from your peers in the radiology community.

Read on to take a look at exclusion opportunities and the anticipated plans for reporting requirements.

Functions Performed by Radiology Groups
The radiology groups that provided input below are made up of a mix of Diagnostic Radiologists, Interventional Radiologists, and Teleradiologists. It's important to note the breakdown of functions performed by these groups as there are a number of exclusion opportunities based on individual radiologist work type.

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