[Infographic] Meaningful Use Incentive and Penalty Scenarios: Medicaid

The Meaningful Use incentive payment and penalty rules for the Medicaid program are different from the Medicare program.  The infographic below illustrates the various scenarios for providers attesting for Medicaid, pausing their participation in various program years, and switching between the Medicaid and Medicare programs.Medicaid_Graphic_FINAL2

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About Erin Mastagni

Erin works in ECG’s Managed Care practice. Her experience with healthcare IT, business intelligence (BI), and population health projects for providers, payors, and public health agencies allows her to help clients address strategic healthcare IT issues through activities such as organizational assessments, governance modeling, accountable care program development, and strategic planning. Prior to joining ECG, Erin was a thought leader in the data analytics practice at Mercer LLC, a national HR consulting firm, where she worked to develop intellectual capital to benefit all clients using claims data warehouses and analytics to manage population health. Erin has a bachelor of arts degree in economics and politics from Claremont McKenna College and a master of health administration degree from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.

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  1. Pingback: Meaningful Use Incentive and Penalty Scenarios: Medicaid | ECG Management Consultants, Inc.

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