Kansas Promoting Interoperability

The Promoting Interoperability (PI) program is the Medicare EHR Incentive Program established by Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2011. Formerly known as Meaningful Use, the PI Program encourages eligible professionals (EP), eligible hospitals (EH), and Critical Access Hospitals (CAH) to adopt, implement, upgrade, and demonstrate meaningful use of 2015 Certified Electronic Health Record Technology

Registering to Submit Data

CMS rules specify criteria that EPs, EHs, and CAHs must meet to participate in the Promoting Interoperability programs. If you are an EP, EH, or CAH looking for information on how to register and attest for PI, submission requirements, and incentive information you can learn at the CMS Registration and Attestation site.

If a facility is planning to meet federal requirements for PI by submitting data to public health registries, KDHE asks that the facility registers its intent to submit data. To register, download and complete the Kansas Registration of Intent to Submit Data document, then send it back via email to [email protected].

Promoting Interoperability Data Submissions

KDHE accepts data submissions from all EPs, EHs, and CAHs for the following registries: