Promoting Interoperability Programs and Meaningful Use Audit Checklists

In the event you receive a Promoting Interoperability (PI) Programs or meaningful use (MU) audit letter, you will need to supply information to substantiate your attestation. It is a significant undertaking to create robust documentation in support of an eligible hospital (EH) and/or eligible professional (EP) MU initiative.

Our audit checklists, while not exhaustive, serve as a reference for the type of information organizations may wish to keep in their Book of Evidence. We expect that providers will supply information from this Book of Evidence specific to the type of audit request received. We encourage organizations to add or substitute documentation with more appropriate evidence that most accurately reflects their environment.

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