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District of Columbia Primary Care Association Selects Microsoft Amalga to Improve Patient Care for the Underserved

...today's medically underserved communities are included in these efforts." whie also has implemented Microsoft Amalga to accomplish its vision of "improvin... early feedback from ED case managers already reflects significant value of whie in connecting patients with ongoing care services," Pemble said. "The addit...
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Wisconsin Health Information Exchange shares burden of electronic medical records

...s for Better Health (CCBH) program, which provided whie with $100,000 in seed money. CCBH is funded by a c...orts as principal investigator for the CCBH grant. whie will function as a membership organization in whic...takeholders, Foldy said. "What is clear is that whie is not interested in being the owner of data, but ...

Senate wants state involved in healthcare-IT partnership

...'s goal of establishing a warehouse of claims information is a welcome development to his organization. While there is currently no connection between whie and WHIO beyond "a slightly unfortunate convergence in names", Foldy said they are looking with great interest at WHIO and their efforts to improve cl...

WHIE receives state eHealth Initiative contract

...gh sharp increases in emergency room traffic, the contract also will enable whie to develop a plan for a pilot regional patient encounter index linked to a ...rgency care provided to Medicaid patients. Other projects identified by whie include the creation of a regional medication reconciliation system that se...
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