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Why open source may win the electronic health record market

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are the trend of the day Starting with its stimulus package, the Obama Administration has been pushing EHRs as the solution to all that ails health care. The idea is that the...

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California hospital's implementation of open-source EHR bears watching

By the end of the year, Kern Medical Center, a county-owned 222-bed acute-care teaching hospital in Bakersfield, Calif., will have implemented Medsphere Systems’ OpenVista electronic health record. This deployment bears...

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Kern Medical Center Selects OpenVista for EHR Implementation

Medsphere Systems Corporation announced that Kern Medical Center (KMC) of Bakersfield, CA will fully and meaningfully deploy the OpenVista electronic health record (EHR) by the end of 2010.This significant health IT...

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California hospital to roll out OpenVista by year's end

BAKERSFIELD, CA—Kern Medical Center, a county-owned 222-bed acute-care teaching hospital in Bakersfield, Calif., is set to deploy the OpenVista electronic health record by the end of the year. Hospital executives say...

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Kern selects OpenVista to Maximize Stimulus Funds

SAN DIEGO – In order to maximize financial incentives, Kern Medical Center of Bakersfield, Calif., has plans to employ Medsphere Systems’ OpenVista electronic health record (EHR) by the end of 2010.The strategy is...

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Kern Medical Center Goes Paperless

KMC Adopts New Electronic Record SystemWhen you think of hospitals and doctors, you often think of paper charts and records. But that won't be the case anymore for Kern Medical Center. Friday, KMC announced its...

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Hospital Eyes Stimulus to Fund EHR

Kern Medical Center in Bakersfield, Calif., will implement by the end of 2010 the OpenVista electronic health record software of Medsphere Corp., Carlsbad, Calif.The 222-bed hospital selected the application believing...

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EMR school offers help for doctors wary of technology

Some physicians might feel like the process of buying and implementing a new electronic medical record system is so complex that a formal education is required. It turns out you can get one. Several organizations...

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Stimulus Package Drives New Health IT Business Prospects in San Diego

The health IT provisions of the federal economic stimulus package are creating new business opportunities for technology firms in San Diego and elsewhere across the country, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.Under the...

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Federal push to digitize health records

John Gastaldo / Union-Tribune Patient Michael Robbins waited as Dr. Joseph Abramowitz, medical director at the Southern Indian Health Council, called up his medical records using software developed by a Carlsbad-...

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