CareFirst is investing $1.5 million in electronic records systems
Maryland Daily Record, February 19, 2008
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has invested more than $1.5 million in two electronic patient records initiatives in Maryland. CareFirst has pledged $967,000 to plan and implement an electronic patient records system at Community Health Integrated Partnership Inc., a network of seven community health centers. The company also is contributing $550,000 to an $800,000 project at LifeBridge Health to allow patients electronic access to their doctors and hospitals.
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