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Percent of REC Enrolled Priority Primary Care Providers (PPCPs) by State Demonstrating Meaningful Use

8 in 10 of all REC enrolled Priority Primary Care Providers (PPCPs) have demonstrated meaningful use
January 2016

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U.S. map visualizing percent of REC enrolled priority primary care providers demonstrating meaningful use by state. Alaska 64%,Alabama 90%,Arkansas 90%,Arizona 86%,California 84%,Colorado 76%,Connecticut 86%,District of Columbia 71%,Delaware 82%,Florida 79%,Georgia 91%,Hawaii 89%,Iowa 85%,Idaho 62%,Illinois 87%,Indiana 80%,Kansas 98%,Kentucky 72%,Louisiana 92%,Massachusetts 93%,Maryland 68%,Maine 83%,Michigan 98%,Minnesota 74%,Missouri 71%,Mississippi 84%,Montana 98%,North Carolina 61%,North Dakota 65%,Nebraska 63%,New Hampshire 98%,New Jersey 69%,New Mexico 63%,Nevada 75%,New York 70%,Ohio 87%,Oklahoma 77%,Oregon 74%,Pennsylvania 93%,Rhode Island 82%,South Carolina 64%,South Dakota 87%,Tennessee 81%,Texas 84%,Utah 81%,Virginia 88%,Vermont 72%,Washington 69%,Wisconsin 77%,West Virginia 81%,Wyoming 93%.
U.S. map visualizing percent of REC enrolled priority primary care providers demonstrating meaningful use by state. Alaska 64%,Alabama 90%,Arkansas 90%,Arizona 86%,California 84%,Colorado 76%,Connecticut 86%,District of Columbia 71%,Delaware 82%,Florida 79%,Georgia 91%,Hawaii 89%,Iowa 85%,Idaho 62%,Illinois 87%,Indiana 80%,Kansas 98%,Kentucky 72%,Louisiana 92%,Massachusetts 93%,Maryland 68%,Maine 83%,Michigan 98%,Minnesota 74%,Missouri 71%,Mississippi 84%,Montana 98%,North Carolina 61%,North Dakota 65%,Nebraska 63%,New Hampshire 98%,New Jersey 69%,New Mexico 63%,Nevada 75%,New York 70%,Ohio 87%,Oklahoma 77%,Oregon 74%,Pennsylvania 93%,Rhode Island 82%,South Carolina 64%,South Dakota 87%,Tennessee 81%,Texas 84%,Utah 81%,Virginia 88%,Vermont 72%,Washington 69%,Wisconsin 77%,West Virginia 81%,Wyoming 93%.
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Summary:

As of January 2016, over 8 in 10 of all REC enrolled Priority Primary Care Providers (PPCPs) are demonstrating meaningful use (MU) of certified EHR technology (CEHRT).

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] Priority providers (PPCPs) are defined by the HITECH act as primary care providers (physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants) in individual and small group practices (less than 10 professionals) primarily focused on primary care, public and critical access hospitals, community health and rural health centers and other setting serving predominantly uninsured, under-insured and medically under-served populations.

[2] These data include only providers designated as PPCPs by the REC.

[3] Demonstrating meaningful use includes all PPCP providers regardless of whether or not an REC has received grant credit for the provider.

[4] Numerator calculated from the total number of PPCPs enrolled with RECs within the state demonstrating meaningful use. Denominator calculated from the total number of PPCPs enrolled with RECs within the state.

Suggested Citation:

Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology. 'Percent of REC Program Priority Primary Care Providers (PPCPs) by State Demonstrating Meaningful Use,' Health IT Quick-Stat #42. dashboard.healthit.gov/quickstats/pages/FIG-REC-Priority-Primary-Care-Providers-MU.php. January 2016.