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Boston researchers lead $15 million federal research grant to support advancement of health IT
Date:4/8/2010

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The SMArt platform will provide a common interface to the "App Store" for the Indivo open source personally controlled health record platform developed by the CHIP team more than a decade ago, as well as open source platforms created by other subcontractors on the ONC grant: Partners HealthCare System's i2b2 analytic platform and the Regenstrief Institute's CareWeb EHR.

Organizations across the health ecosystem will partner with the research team on efforts to translate their solutions into real-world practice.


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