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Oregon Medicaid Meaningful Use Technical Assistance Program
The Oregon Health Authority launched the Oregon Medicaid Meaningful Use Technical Assistance Program (OMMUTAP) in spring 2016. The program was created to help eligible providers adopt and use certified electronic health record (EHR) technology and achieve Meaningful Use.
OHA has contracted with OCHIN to provide outreach and technical assistance to eligible providers through the program. OMMUTAP was developed with input from Oregon’s coordinated care organizations to ensure services meet regional network needs.
The program offers a suite of no-cost services to help certain health care providers who treat Medicaid patients:
  • Select the right certified EHR technology for their practice or upgrade their current EHR
  • Effectively access and use patient information when and where it is needed, and meet CCO reporting measures
  • Assess and minimize EHR-related security risks to their practice
  • Achieve Meaningful Use and qualify for financial incentives
Review a summary of OMMUTAP-OCHIN-Menu-of-Services_FINAL.pdfOMMUTAP services.pdf.
For more information, visit the OMMUTAP website at www.OregonMU.org. You may also email to OMMUTAP@ochin.org or call 503.943.2500 to learn more.
OHA and OHCIN look forward bringing technical assistance to Oregon's eligible Medicaid providers and supporting the electronic coordination of care. If you would like to contact OHA about OMMUTAP services, please email Kristin Bork at kristin.m.bork@state.or.us.
The Oregon Medicaid Meaningful Use Technical Assistance Program is funded by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services through the Oregon Health Authority and provided by OHCIN.