AHRQ awards $1 million for research on smarter EHRs

10/14/2012 | Healthcare IT News

The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality has awarded Oregon Health & Science University a $1 million grant for research on EHR-related challenges and the development of a smarter EHR system. Researchers will use the grant to work on simulations of real ICU scenarios using high-end technology such as eye-tracking sensors.

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