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NextGen Healthcare Launches New 8 Series Electronic Health Record (EHR) Content

NextGen releases its newest platform, dubbed 8 Series, which promises a faster and easier clinical user experience.

Medical education provider Pri-Med buys Amazing Charts, an electronic health records firm

Pri-Med, a Boston-based medical education firm, buys EHR vendor Amazing charts for an undisclosed sum.

National Football League Selects eClinicalWorks

The NFL has announced it will implement a league-wide eClinicalWorks EHR to better manage player injuries.

The Patient Engagement Framework

The National eHealth Collaborative publishes a five-tier framework for strengthening patient engagement strategies.

McKesson Announces $1 Million Software Give-Away to Help Benevolent Physicians Bring Better Health to Patients Across America

McKesson will donate more than $1 million in free EHR licenses to physicians providing charity care to the needy.



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