Arizona Contracts for RHIO Help
Health Data Management, June 10, 2008
The State of Arizona's Government Information Technology Agency has selected consulting firm Mosaica Partners to guide a statewide development of rural regional health information organizations. Arizona is offering to rural communities planning grants totaling $800,000 for three to seven awards. Each award will fund nine months of planning and capability building, and other early activities of forming a RHIO.
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