Thursday, July 29, 2010

Meaningful Use Posters

Thanks again to Robin Raiford, most recent recipient of the Ad Hoc Harley Award, you have access to a large print poster explaining the Meaningful use rules in one large poster.  These are designed to be printed on a plotter, or viewed at 100 or 200% on a computer screen.  There are three versions, all containing the same data, depending upon the size that you want to print it at:

Robin's dedication of this work appears below:

"Meaningful Use Stage 1 Final Rule, The White Board Story" − Version 1 − July 28, 2010

This poster is dedicated in honor of all those who have lost loved ones since the IOM Study "To Err is Human" was published in 1999, to all those victims of Katrina who suffered or died since we could not share their records with another location, to my mom who died because she did not have the benefits of an interoperable EHR and her doctors could not share lab results across doctors and across visits, and for my nephew who is paralyzed from a medical error . . .  Please tell this meaningful use story with all the energy and passion that it will take to transform a country . . . We have a big job to do and this is just Stage 1 . . . Let's get going!

Disclaimer - This chart is not an official federal document and has been created for public use and convenience of seeing the "big picture" in one large "white board" created by Robin Raiford, RN-BC, CPHIMS, FHIMSS as a volunteer follow on work done as part of the HITSP Communication, Education and Outreach Committee. Any omissions or corrections, please contact Robin Raiford on Linked In.  Other useful companion posters can be located at and click the Education and Outreach tab at the top of the website.


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