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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.

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Irene Froehlich

Ms. Froehlich has been with DrFirst since its inception in 2000. In her role as Director of Marketing, she oversees the planning, directing, and coordinating all marketing and public relations efforts at DrFirst. Ms. Froehlich has a B.S. in Communications from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana.

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