Oregon Senate committee passes healthcare bills
AP/The Oregonian, April 8, 2009
An Oregon Senate committee passed four bills aimed at improving healthcare and reducing costs. The committee approved bills to establish a council to help healthcare providers convert to electronic patient records, bring together insurers and healthcare providers to develop and use evidenced-based clinical guidelines and best practices, and establish a database on Oregon's healthcare work force size and needs.
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