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EHR Payment Tables

Medicare Time Line (EPs/EHs) and Incentives (EPs)

The EP incentive amounts listed below are based on 75 percent of allowable Medicare Part B charges.

2011 2012 2013 2014* 2015 2016
Stage 1
90 Days
$18,000
Stage 1
366 Days
$12,000
Stage 1
365 Days
$8,000
Stage 2
3 Months*
$4,000
Stage 2
365 Days
$2,000
Stage 3
366 Days
  Stage 1
90 Days
$18,000
Stage 1
365 Days
$12,000
Stage 2
3 Months*
$8,000
Stage 2
365 Days
$4,000
Stage 3
366 Days
$2,000
    Stage 1
90 Days
$15,000
Stage 1
3 Months*
$12,000
Stage 2
365 Days
$8,000
Stage 2
366 Days
$4,000
      Stage 1
3 Months*
$12,000
Stage 1
365 Days
$8,000
Stage 2
366 Days
$4,000

*For CY 2014, the reporting period has been reduced to three months based on the quarters within the calendar year (Jan. 1 - March 31, April 1 - June 30, July 1 - Sept. 30, Oct. 1 - Dec. 31).

Medicaid Time Line (EPs/EHs) and Incentives (EPs)

The EP incentive amounts listed below are contingent on EPs meeting the required 30 percent minimum Medicaid patient volume. Pediatricians must meet a minimum 20 percent Medicaid patient volume to receive two-thirds of these incentive amounts or a minimum 30 percent for full payment.

2011 2012 2013 2014* 2015 2016 2017
A/I/U
$21,250
Stage 1
90 Days
$8,500
Stage 1
365 Days
$8,500
Stage 2
3 Months
$8,500
Stage 2
365 Days
$8,500
Stage 3
366 Days
$8,500
Stage 3
365 Days
$8,500
  A/I/U
$21,250
Stage 1
90 Days
$8,500
Stage 1
3 Months
$8,500
Stage 2
365 Days
$8,500
Stage 2
366 Days
$8,500
Stage 3
365 Days
$8,500
    A/I/U
$21,250
Stage 1
3 Months
$8,500
Stage 1
365 Days
$8,500
Stage 2
366 Days
$8,500
Stage 2
365 Days
$8,500
      A/I/U
$21,250
Stage 1
90 Days
$8,500
Stage 1
366 Days
$8,500
Stage 2
365 Days
$8,500
        A/I/U
$21,250
Stage 1
90 Days
$8,500
Stage 1
365 Days
$8,500
          A/I/U
$21,250
Stage 1
90 Days
$8,500

*For CY 2014, the reporting period for all EPs and EHs, regardless of their stage, has been reduced to a three-month reporting period. States have the option to limit this reporting period to the quarters within the CY or to any consecutive 90-day period.