Millions coming to Washington, DC, for medical-records database plan

Washington Post, February 23, 2010

The Washington, DC, government and two healthcare organizations are slated to receive $15.4 million in federal stimulus funds as part of a nationwide effort to improve patient records, promote record-sharing, and train people for careers in healthcare and health information technology. In a statement, the DC Department of Health Care Finance said the city's $5.1 million grant will help widen the exchange of patient information among healthcare providers in the city, Maryland, and Virginia.


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