"Meaningful Use" is one of the most important incentives in the history of Healthcare IT. We recognize that helping physician groups achieve Meaningful Use opens the door to potential financial rewards being offered by the Federal and State Governments and private payers. Through this webinar, Jay Anders, M.D., MED3OOO Chief Medical Information Officer, will explain how to assess your providers' readiness to meet Meaningful Use and qualify for meeting the Stimulus requirements by the end of the year.
Jay Anders, M.D. is the CMIO of MED3OOO. Dr. Anders has been a
featured speaker in the Healthcare Industry for a number of years, and
is an expert in EHR Implementation and Physician Adoption. Prior to
joining MED3OOO, Dr. Anders was the CMO of InteGreat EHR. He also was a
member of Christie Clinic in Champaign, IL, for 17 years and held the
positions of President, Medical Director, and Department Chair of
Internal Medicine. Dr. Anders is a past Medical Director of
PersonalCare HMO of Champaign, IL, now Coventry Health and is a past
board member of Provena Health southern service region. Dr. Anders is a graduate of the University of Illinois School of Medicine at Chicago, and Illinois College in Jacksonville, IL.
Dr. Joseph Kim is the founder of MedicineandTechnology.com, an independent website owned and operated by Dr. Kim. He is also the President of MCM Education, a professional medical education and publishing company that develops continuing medical education (CME) activities in joint sponsorship with medical universities, hospitals, and medical associations.
Dr. Kim is a digital entrepreneur and technologist who has a passion for health information technology, mobile health, and social media. He frequently speaks at conferences about non-clinical careers for physicians, continuing medical education, mobile health technology, and social media in medicine. He is a regular contributor for the Physician Executive Journal, the official journal of the American College of Physician Executives.
Dr. Kim holds a bachelor of science in engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, a doctorate of medicine from the University of Arkansas College of Medicine, and a master of public health from the University of Massachusetts Amherst School of Public Health.