Promoting Interoperability Program (Meaningful Use)

For assistance please contact
Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR)
MDHHS-MU-MCIRHelp@michigan.gov

The Michigan Care Improvement Registry (MCIR) has the capacity to receive data for the Promoting Interoperability Program (Meaningful Use) in accordance to the requirements for both 2014 and 2015 Certified Electronic Health Records Technology (CEHRT) editions. MCIR has been receiving immunization data via HL7 protocol since January 1, 2011. MCIR is also receiving and responding to query for immunization history and forecast since January 1, 2016.


How to Begin Testing for the Promoting Interoperability Program (Meaningful Use)


MCIR Provider Checklist – How to meet the requirements for the Promoting Interoperability (Meaningful Use)
Michigan Health System Testing Registration Site (HSTR)
HSTR User Guide – HSTR Home Page


EHR Incentive Program Requirements


PROFESSIONALS
2018 Guideline for Eligible Professionals Stage 2 – Promoting Interoperability Program (MU)
2018 Guidelines for Eligible Professionals Stage 3 – Promoting Interoperability Program (MU)

HOSPITALS
2018 Guideline for Eligible Hospitals Stage 2 – Promoting Interoperability Program (MU)
2018 Guidelines for Eligible Hospitals Stage 3 – Promoting Interoperability Program (MU)


EHR Incentive Program Requirements


Public Health Meaningful Use Resources


Additional Resources Visit MI Health IT – Promoting Interoperability Program (MU)
CMS/ONC Rules
HL7 Specifications for Vaccine Messages Guide
Medicaid/Medicare Testing Additional Information
Michigan Public Health and the Promoting Interoperability Program (MU) Testing Capabilities
Qualified Sub-State Health Information Exchanges


Exclusion from Testing with the Registry


Promoting Interoperability Program (MU) Exclusion

2.7.2020