Shannon Drake-Buhr / Tuesday, June 7, 2016 / Categories: Health Information Exchange, Description of HIE, Health IT Enabled QI, Achieving Meaningful Use Modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Dentists exclusions to modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for dental providers Dentists are required to meet the same objectives and measures for Meaningful Use as all other eligible professionals (EP). However, there are exclusions available for several of the objectives and measures for which dentists are commonly, though not universally, eligible. This resource shares the experiences from the Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association. This document provides an overview and possible exclusions to modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for dental providers. Download the document below. This was created by Shannon Drake-Buhr from Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association, and HITEQ thanks them for sharing this information. Documents to download Modified Stage 2 Meaningful Use for Dentists(.pdf, 162.17 KB) - 415 download(s) Created in Summer 2017, by Shannon Drake-Buhr from Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association. Previous Article Health Information Exchange Next Article Data Types and Sources for HIE Print 15550 Tags: CMS EHR Attestation Eligible Professionals Meaningful Use MU Incentive Program Stage 2 reporting difficulties health information exchange HIE Intended AudienceHealth center Administration; Partners; Dental Providers Related Resources Navigating Compliance Challenges with the Information Blocking Rule: A Collection of Case Studies Enabling Patient Access to Health Data for Actionable Results Sensitive Information and the Electronic Patient Record FHIR 101: Opportunities to Improve Interoperability across Health Centers What is Robotic Process Automation (RPA)?