N.Y. HIT extension centers kick off efforts to help doctors adopt EHRs

05/10/2010 | Healthcare IT News

The New York eHealth Collaborative and New York City Regional Electronic Adoption Center for Health are using $48.2 million in federal funding to start their efforts to assist physicians in their switch to EHRs. "Our goal is to help approximately 10,000 primary care providers in the State of New York adopt EHRs within two years to enhance patient care and the efficiency of their practices," the eHealth Collaborative executive director said.

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