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Promoting Interoperability

KHIE's robust health information exchange fulfills Promoting Interoperability (Meaningful Use) objectives of the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Program.  To fulfill these public health reporting objectives, eligible providers and hospitals must connect with KHIE. 

KHIE plays a crucial role in meeting population health management needs.  KHIE works with providers across the state of Kentucky to report immunization data, syndromic surveillance data, electronic reportable laboratory data, and cancer case data.  

In program year 2020, all eligible providers (EPs) are required to successfully attest to 2 public health measures and all eligible hospitals and critical access hospitals (EHs/CAHs) are required to successfully attest to 4 public health measures.

EHR Incentive Program participants who claim an exclusion for public health reporting are responsible for ensuring they meet the qualifications and retain any documentation that fully supports their attestation choice.  link to 2020 Kentucky Public Health Guidance.

                             To learn more, please contact the                                                            KHIE Outreach Coordinator in your area



Kentucky Medicaid EHR Incentive Program

Click here to learn more about the Kentucky EHR Incentive Program .    To attest to MU, please click here Medicaid EHR Attestation website .   For details on the process for eligible providers to assign their incentive payments to a federally qualified health center, please see the EHR Payment Reassignments document.




Contacts and Resources


Kentucky Medicaid EHR Incentive Program
Office of Application and Technology (OATS)
Medicaid Systems Management Branch
12 Mill Creek Park
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-0105 EXT 2463

Regional Extension Centers (REC)

Primary Care Providers who are ready to sign up for the Kentucky Medicaid EHR Incentive Program should contact their regional extension center. Kentucky’s RECs support and serve healthcare providers to help them quickly become skilled and meaningful users of EHRs. RECs are designed to make sure that primary care clinicians get the help they need to use EHRs.  RECs will:

  • Provide training and support services to assist doctors and other providers in
    adopting EHRs
  • Offer information and guidance to help with EHR implementation
  • Provide technical assistance as needed

Kentucky REC (serves Central, Western, and Southern Kentucky)

Phone: (888) KY-REC-EHR or (859) 323-3090


KentuckyRHIO (serves Northeastern Kentucky)

Phone: (855) 385-2089






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