The proverbial doors to get your comments in on the Draft Recommendations for Meaningful Use that were released on June 16th close late this afternoon at 5pm ET. Plenty has been written here by Chilmark Research on the topic of “meaningful use” (simply do a search) and we did a quick review on the recommendations last week if you need a refresher.
If you are in anyway impacted by these recommendations, we strongly encourage you to get your comments in. Sources tell me that to date, surprisingly few comments have been submitted.
Following are the details cut n’pasted (bold & italics are ours for emphasis) right off of the HHS site.
Meaningful Use Comment Instructions
- Electronic responses to the draft description of Meaningful Use are preferred and should be addressed to:
With the subject line “Meaningful Use”
- Written comments may also be submitted to:
Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology
200 Independence Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20201
Attention: HIT Policy Committee Meaningful Use Comments