After investing costly resources and time-intensive efforts in Meaningful Use (MU) attestation, the last thing health systems want to do is return hard-earned incentive dollars. Up to 22% of eligible providers and 5% of hospitals have failed Meaningful Use (MU) audits. Any organization that employs five or more eligible providers is likely to be audited. The audit process can take months, involves a significant expenditure of resources, and impacts your existing projects and timelines. Without advance preparation, the workload burden increases exponentially.