Maryland takes lead in electronic medical records
Maryland's three largest hospital systems and a large retirement community operator are building a statewide information exchange network. The exchange—Chesapeake Regional Information System for Our Patients, or CRISP—was approved for $10 million in start-up state funding. Its purpose is to let hospitals, insurance providers and healthcare professionals freely and securely share information about patients.
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