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Minnesota Promoting Interoperability Program (MPIP)

Formerly Minnesota EHR Incentive Program (MEIP)

The name of the Minnesota Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program (MEIP) is changing to reflect the new direction of the program and how it affects Medicaid transactions. It will now be known as the Minnesota Promoting Interoperability Program (MPIP). The focus of the program is on “interoperability” or promoting andor sharing health information between the patient and provider.

The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act of 2009 authorized implementation of the (MPIP). The Department of Human Services (DHS) began making incentive payments to eligible professionals (EP), eligible hospitals (EH), and eligible critical access hospitals (CAH) in November 2012 for the adoption, implementation, or upgrade (AIU) of certified electronic health record technology (CEHRT). In 2013, DHS began making incentive payments for those who attested to AIU and meaningful use (MU). To be eligible for MEIP, health care professionals, hospitals and critical access hospitals must be within defined classifications and meet the criteria as described in the eligible professionals and eligible hospitals sections.

Contact us: If you have any questions related to attestation or promoting interoperability, please email the MPIP mailbox.

Eligible Professionals (EPs)

Eligible Hospitals (EHs)

Additional Information

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