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Indiana Collaborative Receives $10.3 Million in Federal Stimulus Funds to Improve Healthcare through Information Technology
Date:3/15/2010

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In addition, Ivy Tech received a U.S. Department of Labor award of $5 million which will allow the college and its partners to implement a statewide project to train unemployed and displaced workers for careers in IT, among other industries.  The program will train nearly 1,200 people for IT-related careers.

The Indianapolis Private Industry Council was awarded $4.8 million to help train 600 workers for careers in health care including nursing and allied health positions.

The Hoosier state boasts one of the strongest health IT sectors in the U.S.  Indiana's five HIOs exchange more than 6.3 million messages each month  - ranging from patient lab test results and X-rays to medication histories. Nearly 14,000 physicians statewide have access to patient records via the HIO networks, and more than 12 million patient records are securely housed within the HIOs.  To promote the state's collective assets and national leadership in HIT, BioCrossroads the Exibhit Indiana (Expanding Indiana's Breakthroughs in Health Information Technology) initiative is focused on advancing the development and effective use of HIT within '/>"/>

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