Enhancing Practice Value through Meaningful Use & Health IT
3900 American Blvd. West
Bloomington, MN 55437
Physician IT leader Paul Kleeberg, MD, FAAFP, CPHIT, FHIMSS, Clinical Director for the Regional Extension Assistance Center for HIT (REACH), will answer your meaningful use questions and provide actionable information for achieving compliance incentives at this educational dinner presentation.
5:45 pm - Networking Reception
6:30 pm - Dinner & Presentation
8:15 pm - Questions & Closing
Who should attend?
This thought leadership program was developed for ambulatory physicians, practice owners and administrators, large physician practice groups and hospital-based practices, including IT staff. To attend this important program, register here.
A difficult journey made easier
Meeting the requirements of Meaningful Use is not an easy journey. Whether you're in the planning or the implementation stages, it's clear that compliance goes beyond funding - to revenue growth and penalty avoidance. Join us and you’ll hear lessons learned from subject matter experts and providers who have achieved Meaningful Use.
Non-Members – Register and receive a complimentary 1-year online membership to HIMSS.
Dr. Paul Kleeberg, is Chief Medical Informatics Officer for Stratis Health and the Clinical Director for REACH, the Regional Extension Assistance Center for HIT funded by the recovery act to assist small hospitals and primary care providers in Minnesota and North Dakota to adopt and become meaningful users of electronic health records. Dr. Kleeberg is board certified in Family Medicine and has been in private practice in a small town in Minnesota as well is in a large integrated delivery system. He has made the conversion from paper to electronic health records and later migrated from one EHR system to another in his practice. He has played key roles in EHR implementations in integrated delivery systems before joining Stratis Health.
Dr. Kleeberg received his medical degree from Stanford University and completed his residency in Family Medicine at the University of Minnesota. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and in the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) where he serves on their board of directors. He has chaired several workgroups for the Minnesota e-Health Advisory Committee and has chaired the Meaningful Use Community of Practice Advisory Group for the Office of the National Coordinator’s (ONC) resource center (HITRC).