N.J., soccer stadium to get EMR for first aid; SRSsoft announces EMR replacement program;

> Medical staff from Clara Maass Medical Center in Belleville, N.J., will have an EDIMS EMR to treat fans needing emergency care at the new pro soccer stadium in Harrison, N.J. Press release

> "Hybrid" EMR vendor SRSsoft announced an EMR replacement program to help physician practices recover from unsuccessful implementations of other systems. Press release

> Researchers at Wishard Health Services in Indianapolis have found that a clinical decision support system can help reduce overprescribing in emergency departments. Article (reg. req.)

> CMS and the VA will allow beneficiaries to export data from the MyMedicare.gov and MyHealtheVet portals to third-party PHRs. Article

> The top health IT official of Britain's new government says the National Health Service will allow continued uploading of data to Summary Care Record PHRs only if patients are informed of their right to opt out. Article

> The eHealth Initiative is conducting a survey of not-for-profit and provider groups involved in health information exchange. Website

And Finally... In a related story, some healthcare publications are a little behind the times, too. Article (reg. req.)

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