Health pilot project has allure to Georgia
Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 21, 2008
Georgia is seeking to be one of 12 "demo sites" for a $150 million pilot federal program to provide money to some physicians to set up electronic health records systems. Supporters of the program, including Georgia Gov. Sonny Purdue, say electronic medical records would ensure better care for patients, but others question cost and raise security concerns.
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