NYC's $60M program pushes electronic health records

12/31/2008 | · Wall Street Journal (free content), The

New York City's Health Department has recruited more than 1,000 primary-care providers in the past year to switch to electronic medical records as part of its $60 million program to encourage e-records. Participating doctors get subsidies to adopt a standard database system and receive report cards on how their preventive efforts compare with their peers.

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