Regenstrief delivers EMRs to ambulances; CliniComp names new president;

> Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis says it's the first in the country to push hospital-based EMRs to ambulances. Press release

> San Diego-based vendor CliniComp has promoted COO Alan Portela to company president. Press release

> Thanks to a reporter we really trust, we learn that the VA views telehealth technology as a multimedia extension of the VistA EMR. Interview

> The first of 23 Orange County, Calif., emergency departments has gone live on CalRHIO. FierceHealthIT

> A forthcoming report will take e-health agency Canada Health Infoway to task for missing EMR deadlines and having little accountability. Article

And Finally... EMRs hit the big time: a West End stage in London. Article

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