Aetna to Provide Financial Incentives to Physicians Achieving Quality Care Goals, Implementing EHR Technology

Aetna's Chief Medical Officer Lonny Reisman, MD, presented a new plan by the insurer that will provide financial incentives to physicians through its contracting process for using electronic health records implementation to achieve quality of care goals, according to a news release by Aetna.

The plan is aimed to drive physician use of EHRs and meaningful use to improve healthcare quality and accessibility and reduce costs.

Read Aetna's news release about Aetna.

Read other coverage about EHRs:

- CMS Launches Official Website for EHR Incentive Programs

- Mass High Tech Names 5 Barriers to EHR Implementation

- 27 Senators Urge CMS to Revise "Meaningful Use" Definition and Requirements

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