Purdue University-Led Health IT Center to Help Indiana Physicians Achieve Meaningful Use

A health information technology center led by Purdue University is teaming up with iSALUS Healthcare, an Indianapolis-based software company to help achieve the center's goal of helping Indiana physicians implement meaning use of electronic health records, according to an iSALUS news release.

Indiana Health Information Technology Extension Center, a collaborative statewide initiative, hopes to help physicians achieve meaningful use of EHRs by 2012 in order to improve clinical outcomes and reduce costs. The center provides EHR adoption assistance, meaningful use coaching and discounted EHR products and services to small physician practices, hospitals, community health centers and other healthcare settings.

Read the iSalus news release on I-HITEC's alliance.

Read other coverage about EHRs:

- Two EHR Giants to Merge, Anticipating Federal IT Payments for Physicians, Hospitals

- Blumenthal: Federal Health IT Funding to Create 50,000 Jobs in Next 5 Years

- 6 Statistics on EMR Use by Office-Based Physicians

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