Missed our stimulus money discussion? No problem – we taped it!

Our recent panel discussion “Stimulus Money: What Do I Need to Know?” attracted more than 500 people.  For those of you who may have missed it, we are providing access to view a recording of the panel discussion here.

We have received an overwhelming response to the panel discussion and will be putting together more online opportunities for you to learn more about the HITECH Act and EMR adoption so that you can position your practice to take full advantage of the stimulus money available to you beginning in 2011.

Don’t miss out! Register for our free online panel discussion, “Stimulus Money: What Do I Need to Know?”

The clock is ticking, but there’s still time to join Eyefinity/OfficeMate’s free online panel discussion this Friday, Feb. 5, or next Monday, Feb. 8, to find out everything you need to know about the HITECH Act, including how to qualify for the stimulus money available to you.

The online panel discussion will provide viewers with an overview of the HITECH Act and will also address many hot topics surrounding the HITECH Act,  including: qualifying for stimulus money, defining meaningful use, E-prescribing, as well as questions you may have.

Click here to register and learn more about the experts on the panel.

Still unclear about the HITECH Act and qualifying for stimulus money? Join our free, online panel discussion and get answers!

Are you still unclear about how to qualify for stimulus money available through the HITECH Act?  Find the answers to your questions by joining our free, online panel discussion titled: “Stimulus Money: What Do I Need to Know?”

The free panel discussion is open to anyone via WebEx on either February 5, from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. PST or February 8, from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. (PST).  Click here to register.

Our panel discussion will help break down what the HITECH Act  means for you and your practice. Topics include:

  • HITECH Act overview
  • Financial incentives for providers
  • Meaningful use
  • E-prescribing
  • The urgency to act now
  • Q and A session

The panel discussion will feature Jim Tate, president of EMR Advocate LLC., which provides consulting services to EMR vendors, developers and others in the health information technology industry. Tate has supported more than thirty ambulatory and inpatient EMR vendors in their CCHIT (Certification Commission for Health Information Technology) certification projects, and currently serves as a consultant to Eyefinity/OfficeMate.

Also featured on the panel are: Lorie Lippiatt, O.D., of the Salem Eyecare Center in Salem Ohio, Kim Castleberry, O.D., of Plano Eye Associates in Plano, Texas, and Ryan Wineinger, O.D., of Wineinger Vision Associates in Shawnee, Kansas.