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December 29, 2006

80% Bronx Providers To Share Patients' E-Medical Records

This press release announces:

The new Bronx Regional Health Information Organization (Bronx RHIO) is being established through a $4.1 -million New York State grant, and its members include institutions with some of the nation’s most highly advanced electronic clinical information systems. The Bronx RHIO already encompasses 80 percent of the Bronx’s healthcare providers, 50 percent of the borough’s practicing physicians and two-thirds of all Bronx inpatient care.

It would interesting to find out what constitutes the "most highly advance electronic clinical information system."


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