Constantly changing federal and state regulations create complex challenges for many US healthcare providers. Through our regulatory compliance and regulatory consulting services, we can help your organization
A regulatory collaboration with us gives you access to the knowledge and experience we have from working with other clients—a true guide to best practices.
Oracle Health Regulatory Advisory Consulting engagements provide the following one-time services:
Our task force delivers advisory support on single programs, such as Promoting Interoperability or Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).
Our most popular advisory engagement services include advisory support on Medicare regulatory requirements that impact your reimbursement or your use of certified EHR technology.
Oracle Health Staff Augmentation Consulting services enable you to
“The services provided [by the consulting team] made it possible for us to meet our required 2020 Promoting Interoperability goals, a major achievement due to the challenges we faced with the pandemic.”
“With the assistance of [the Merit-based Incentive Payment System] Task Force and the Data Analytics regulatory dashboard, Martin Luther King Ambulatory Services increased its MIPS Promoting Interoperability score 124%.”
“The [regulatory consulting] team's knowledge, response time, and partnership were great. They really helped us with 2015 CEHRT compliance as well as successfully attesting to the Promoting Interoperability program, and I look forward to working with them in the future.”
Limit penalties with proactive, personalized education and support for Medicare reimbursement programs and the use of certified EHR technology.
Create an efficient process to consume and prepare for regulatory requirements with guidance and recommendations from our team on organizational governance.
Receive CEHRT guidance, workflow recommendations, reporting support, and interactive dashboards to track performance and help drive improvements.
Paul Wilder, Executive Director, CommonWell Health Alliance
Sam Lambson, Vice President of Interoperability, Oracle Health
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