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VHQC Helps 2,345 Virginia Providers Attain Meaningful Use of EHRs

February 5, 2014

February 05, 2014

​VHQC, a nonprofit health quality consulting company, announced today that the Virginia Health IT Regional Extension Center (VHIT) has helped 2,345 primary care providers attain Meaningful Use of an electronic health record (EHR) during the 2013 reporting period. VHIT surpassed its target goal of 2,285 for 2013, pushing the organization to a number three national ranking out of 62 RECs that are helping providers reach their meaningful use requirements.

VHIT, a division of VHQC, was created in 2010 to help physician practices, hospitals and other healthcare providers make health IT work for the way they deliver patient care. VHQC also serves as the Quality Improvement Organization for Virginia.

“In a very short period, VHIT has established itself as one of the nation’s top Regional Extension Centers and we are excited to reach this important milestone,” said Donald A. Glozer, MHA, FACHE, president and CEO of VHQC. “I congratulate our VHIT team on a job well done.”

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