‘Meaningful Users’ of OfficeMate/ExamWRITER Receive $18k in Stimulus Money!

The day has finally come! Federal stimulus payments for providers meeting ‘meaningful use’ of certified electronic health records are now being paid. A group of OfficeMate/ExamWRITER v10 users are among the first in the eyecare industry to receive their incentive payments ($18,000 each).

The group includes optometrists Dr. Kim Castleberry of Plano, Texas; Dr. Lorie Lippiatt of Salem, Ohio; Ryan Wineinger of Shawnee, Kan.; and ophthalmologist Dr. Jeffrey Willig of Syosset, NY. All were part of a beta-test group helping provide analysis of the certified version of OfficeMate/ExamWRITER, which is set for release this summer.

All of us at Eyefinity extend our congratulations to these providers who have proven that achieving meaningful use is possible and the government stimulus funds are attainable.

Wondering how you can qualify for federal stimulus money? Check out Eyefinity’s‘Meaningful Strategies to Meaningful Use’ materials at http://www.officemate.net/msmu.aspx. From a meaningful use starter kit, to webinars and other training resources, the materials help prepare users for each step they must take to receive federal EMR incentive funds.

Eyefinity will be with you and your practice every step of the way down the path to achieving meaningful use with OfficeMate/ExamWRITER so that you can take full advantage of the available stimulus money.

Dr. Castleberry (top left), Dr. Lippiatt (top right), Dr. Wineinger (bottom left) and Dr. Willig (bottom right)

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