MU Live!

Have 30 minutes? Make it Meaningful! Weekdays at 2pm ET.

Tune in and listen to MU Live! a 30 minute talk radio style show hosted by our HITECH Answers experts. You will hear Jim and Roberta discuss breaking news and issues on meaningful use as well as other health IT topics with their guests each week.

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This show airs live every Tuesday at 2pm ET. The current week’s show is rebroadcast at 6am, 2pm, and 10pm ET everyday. 

About the Hosts

Jim Tate, EMR Advocate

Jim Tate is a nationally recognized expert on the CMS EHR Incentive Program, certified technology and meaningful use. He brings a unique combination of skills to successfully address the complex and changing issues surrounding the “meaningful use of EHR certified technology” for Stage 1 and beyond. He is an accomplished project manager in the development and implementation of both EHR and Practice Management systems and has worked with over 100 Health Information Technology vendors. Jim is a Subject Matter Expert on Project Management and Implementation of EHRs in support of the CMS Regional Extension Centers and a frequent editorial resource for numerous Health IT publications. In January 2011 he became a partner of HITECH Answers.  He resides in Ashville, North Carolina.

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Roberta Mullin is a Managing Partner of HITECH Answers. She has over 27 years of software development, system implementation and training, and technical support, the past ten of which spent in the medical and health IT fields.  She is also editor of The Incentives Roadmap®The Meaningful Use of Certified Technology: Stage 1. She has been an analyst on the HITECH Act for HITECH Answers from inception and is the Editor in Chief of our News & Updates. She posts regularly for HITECH Answers on topics related to the HITECH Act including meaningful use, EHR certification, CMS incentives and practice workflow. She resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
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