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Electronic health records can save lives and improve medical care

On most issues, Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle and former Governor Tommy Thompson rarely see eye-to-eye. When it comes to touting the advantages of electronic health records, however, Doyle and Thompson are carefully tracking the same computer screen.

Doyles two-year state budget includes $10 million in grants and loans for medical providers to switch over to ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 02/08/05


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