Peter Greene

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Baltimore Medical Students Create Secure Open Source EMR for Homeless Patients

Press Release | John Hopkins University, University of Maryland | October 22, 2012

A free medical clinic serving Baltimore's homeless and uninsured residents now has its first electronic medical record system for patients—a project conceived and implemented by medical students at the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland. It is the first electronic medical record (EMR) system developed by students for use by free clinics that cannot afford a commercial EMR system.

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How Analytics Are Changing Health Care

Reid Davenport | FCW | April 25, 2014

There is more to federal health IT than And as agencies grapple with public health research and the care of their patient populations, innovators outside government are showing what's possible with improved electronic health records (EHRs) and predictive analytics.

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