University of Kansas Hospital installs electronic records system in ER
Kansas City Star, June 20, 2008
The University of Kansas Hospital has implemented an electronic medical records system in its emergency department, giving doctors access to information such as tests and medications patients have received at KU Hospital and at KU Med West. The ER installation marks the latest phase of KU Hospital's three-year implementation of a $50 million electronic medical records system. The hospital already has installed the system in its inpatient rooms and recently expanded the system to its outpatient care facility at KU Med West.
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