CMS grants EHR matching funds to four states

01/24/2010 | Health Data Management

The CMS is providing four additional states with federal matching funds to help them administer Medicaid incentives for the meaningful use of EHRs. The grants consist of $900,000 for Alaska, $2.6 million for Kentucky, $1.48 million for South Carolina and $1.37 million for Wisconsin. The agency previously issued matching funds to six states and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

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