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Hospital Progress to Meaningful Use

Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT analysis of data from the 2012 American Hospital Association Annual Survey.
2012

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Percent Progress to Meaningful Use Milestone
Meaningful Use Measure Meaningful Use Objective 2011 (%) 2012 (%) Percent Increase
Stage 1 Core Measures
Electronic copy of health information Engage patients and families 50 81 31
Clinical quality measures Quality, safety, and efficiency 47 76 29
Maintain problem lists Quality, safety, and efficiency 57 78 21
CPOE for medication orders Quality, safety, and efficiency 51 72 21
Record Smoking Status Quality, safety, and efficiency 72 92 20
Record Vital Signs Quality, safety, and efficiency 76 92 16
Medication allergy lists Quality, safety, and efficiency 80 94 14
Drug interaction checks Quality, safety, and efficiency 72 85 13
Active medication lists Quality, safety, and efficiency 75 87 12
Clinical decision support rule Quality, safety, and efficiency 75 87 12
Clinical Summaries Engage patients and families 70 81 11
Record demographics Quality, safety, and efficiency 70 81 11
Clinical information exchange Care coordination 63 72 9
Protect electronic health information Privacy and security NR 82 --
Stage 1 Menu Measures
Clinical lab test results Quality, safety, and efficiency 62 89 27
Transition of care summary Care coordination 52 77 25
Patient-specific education Engage patients and families 63 83 20
Patient lists Quality, safety, and efficiency 70 89 19
Immunization registries Public and population health 47 63 16
Syndromic Surveillance Public and population health 41 55 14
Advanced Directives Quality, safety, and efficiency 67 80 13
Lab results to public health agencies Public and population health 44 57 13
Drug formulary checks Quality, safety, and efficiency 74 85 11
Medication Reconciliation Care coordination 89 93 4
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Summary:

This figure was published in the March, 2013 ONC Data Brief, Hospital Adoption of Electronic Health Record Technology to Meet Meaningful Use Objectives: 2008-2012.

Source:

Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT analysis of data from the 2012 American Hospital Association Annual Survey.

Notes:

To meet the federal requirements for Meaningful Use and be eligible for incentive payments, a hospital must meet all 14 core measures plus 5 of 10 menu items.

Suggested Citation:

Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. 'Hospital Progress to Meaningful Use,' Health IT Quick-Stat #3. dashboard.healthit.gov/quickstats/pages/FIG-MU-Hosp-Radar.php. March 2013.