ALSO NOTED: Automaker e-prescribing program a success; Military hires health IT security vendor; and much more...

> A group of automakers has seen some significant success from a new effort pushing e-prescribing for physicians treating its employees. Article

The U.S. military has signed a $64 million contract with CACI International, under which the company will provide IT security to some of its healthcare programs. Article

> A Tampa Bay, FL-area group has gotten $3 million to roll out a RHIO. Article

> Consumers displaced by the recent California wildfires got a taste of how networked healthcare data can help displaced people maintain continuity of care.  Article

And Finally… Ready to roll out an EMR? Don't do it until you tighten up your physician workflow processes, says one CIO. Article

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