MMS & AMA Town Hall Meeting on Meaningful Use

Break the red tape

The Massachusetts Medical Society and the American Medical Association co-hosted a live and virtual town hall-style meeting on the federal government’s Meaningful Use program for electronic health records. 

More than 300 people attended, either in person the MMS headquarters in Waltham, or by live webcast.

Steven Stack, MD, AMA President, started the session with remarks framing the issues, followed by testimony from several dozen physicians about the impact of Meaningful Use regulations on their practice.


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