Electronic health records: A Texas model
Fort Worth, TX-based Cook Children's Health Care System is taking a comprehensive step toward the electronic health record future championed by the Obama administration. Cook Children's plans to install Web-based electronic health records and data integration technology at its 60 offices and clinics throughout Texas. It is also offering personal health records, controlled by the families of its patients, that can follow them throughout their lifetimes.
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