Hartford Healthcare Corporation to subsidize EHR system

08/6/2008 | Healthcare IT News

The parent organization of the nonprofit Hartford Hospital and Midstate Medical Center in Meriden, Conn., says it will subsidize an EHR system for about 200 physicians in affiliated medical groups. "The changed Stark rules make it far easier for physicians in our community to adopt an electronic health record, especially those in smaller practices who may have felt they can't afford this technology or would have difficulty implementing it alone," said Kent Stahl, CEO of Hartford Medical Group.

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