electronic medical records

Capital Funding of Digital Health Reaches $4 Billion

Yet, Matthew Holt says implementation of electronic medical records is too slow, and consumers need to demand access at the OCHIN and Oregon Medical Association-sponsored symposium.

“As adults, we own a number of complex processes,” such as who we marry, our careers, whether and when to buy a house, have kids, and so on, said Dr. Peter Edelstein, chief medical officer and vice president for Elsevier, the world’s leading publisher of scientific and medical content.

Oregon is National Leader in Electronic Health Record Adoption

Over 2700 individual Oregon primary care providers are participating in a federal grant to help them purchase and more effectively use their EHR to improve patient care and advance health reform

January 18, 2012 -- In a state where technology is dominant – Oregon health care providers are rapidly adopting EHRs and advancing both state and national health reform initiatives.

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