Three Cleveland health centers go digital with help from stimulus funds
Three Cleveland-based community health centers—Care Alliance, Neighborhood Family Practice and the Northeast Ohio Neighborhood Health Services—will receive about $2.7 million combined in stimulus funding to switch over to electronic medical records systems and undertake other capital projects. The change will allow the organizations to share patient data efficiently with local hospitals already using electronic medical records.
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