Stimulus funding allows Cleveland health providers to adopt EMRs

06/21/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Three federally qualified health centers in Cleveland are set in July to receive about $2.7 million in stimulus funding to adopt electronic medical records and embark on other capital initiatives. Switching to digital systems will allow Care Alliance, Neighborhood Family Practice and the Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services to efficiently exchange patient information with EMR-equipped hospitals in the area.

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