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Percent of REC Enrolled Primary Care Providers by Credentials Live on an EHR and Demonstrating Meaningful Use

Nearly 80% of enrolled MDs, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, certified mid-wives, and chiropractors have demonstrated meaningful use of certified EHR technology
January 2016

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95% of all primary care providers live on an EHR

78% of all primary care providers demonstrating meaningful use

Percent of Primary Care Providers by Credentials

Bar chart organized by the type of provider credential visualizing the percent of REC enrolled primary care providers live on an electronic health record and demonstrating meaningful use. For Chiropractors(N=30) 100% are live on an EHR. and 100% demonstrating meaningful use. For Doctors of Medicine/Osteopathy(N=108.364) 95% are live on an EHR. and 80% demonstrating meaningful use. For Nurse Practioners(N=24.010) 95% are live on an EHR. and 73% demonstrating meaningful use. For Certified Nurse-Midwives(N=2.107) 95% are live on an EHR. and 71% demonstrating meaningful use. For Physician.s Assistants(N=10.671) 96% are live on an EHR. and 70% demonstrating meaningful use.

N = number of REC enrolled primary care providers

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Summary:

Over 90 percent of all REC enrolled primary care providers are live on an EHR, with three-quarters demonstrating meaningful use (MU) of certified EHR technology (CEHRT). The majority of REC enrolled primary care providers are medical doctors or doctors of osteopathy, followed by nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Over 90% of all three primary care provider credentials are live on an EHR, and of those between 69-79% are demonstrating meaningful use.

Source:

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Tool data as of January 19, 2016, maintained by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC), Office of Programs and Engagement.

Notes:

[1] REC enrolled primary dare providers are all providers designated by RECs as primary care providers.

[2] These data include only providers with the credentials listed; not all REC providers.

Suggested Citation:

Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. 'Percent of REC Enrolled Primary Care Providers by Credentials Live on an EHR and Demonstrating Meaningful Use,' Health IT Quick-Stat #40. dashboard.healthit.gov/quickstats/pages/FIG-REC-Primary-Care-Providers-Live-MU-Credentials.php. January 2016.