GE gives EMR to Texas training program; UnitedHealth helps rural California hospitals adopt EMRs;

> GE Healthcare has donated an installation of the Centricity Advance web-based EMR to the University of Texas at Austin's health IT training program. Press release

> UnitedHealth Group is donating $1 million and loaning another $10 million to help rural hospitals in California adopt EMRs. Article

> Sage Software's healthcare division has released the Sage Intergy Meaningful Use Edition EMR, designed to meet CCHIT 2011 certification requirements. Press release

> IBM is playing a major role in China's development of EMRs for hospitals in the southern province of Guangdong. Article

And Finally... Tired of waiting for ONC to name accredited testing bodies, SEEDIE, the Society for Exorbitantly Expensive and Difficult to Implement EHRs, has self-attested. Blog post

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