June 21, 2010
More and more states are getting on board with the current trends in health data management. First Minnesota and now Colorado have begun the state-wide transition to electronic Health Information systems. Recently the Denver Post reported new efforts by the Colorado Regional Health Information Organization to create a centralized network for physician’s offices and hospitals throughout the state.
Health care providers have much to gain with state-wide initiatives to make the transition to electronic health data networks. Centralized electronic health records increase efficiency and connected care. DrFirst prides itself in top-notch interoperability that will help make the transition to electronic prescribing of medications a smooth ride for individuals and states alike.