Florida hospitals switch to EMRs
The News-Press, January 21, 2008
Florida-based Lee Memorial Health System began putting its doctors online in August 2007, and soon introduced Cape Coral Hospital's emergency room to the technology. Since then, Lee Memorial Hospital and HealthPark Medical Center emergency rooms also have begun tracking patients electronically. The system so far has spent $6 million on hardware, software and implementation.
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