Saturday, February 21

Physician Practices & Ambulatory Care | Healthcare IT News

Physician Practices & Ambulatory Care | Healthcare IT News: "SAN FRANCISCO – California doctors – and doctors in other parts of the country – are responding enthusiastically to a project designed to encourage the adoption of electronic health records in their medical practices.

DOQ-IT, or Doctors' Office Quality-Information Technology Project, is funded by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. The project aims to find the best ways to promote the use of electronic health records.

The California effort was designed to serve as a model for similar initiatives in other states. DOQ-IT projects are also under way in Utah, Arkansas, and Massachusetts."

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