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Health Plan Uses Incentive Funds to Encourage EMRs

According to this article posted June 14 on the Capital District Business Review's website,

Capital District Physician's Health Plan has distributed more than $3 million in incentive funds to primary care doctors and specialists who have implemented electronic medical record systems in their offices.

The full article is accessible on the Business Review's website here.

Disclosure: The author of this post is employed by CDPHP.

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