HIT firm to offer EHR software to doctors who serve needy patients

11/20/2012 | Healthcare Informatics online

McKesson unveiled an initiative that will provide $1 million worth of EHR software to 100 doctors offering charity care to needy and underserved people. Recipients will be chosen from 10 metropolitan areas with the highest amount of impoverished individuals. To qualify, physicians should have offered care without compensation to low-income individuals for at least six months and have high-speed Internet or broadband connectivity in the place where they expect to leverage the EHR platform.

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