ALSO NOTED: Protecting doctors from EMR law mistakes; Indiana HIE keeps growing; and much more...

> What if doctors inadvertently break the laws of another state when sharing EMR data across state lines? The State Alliance for e-Health thinks it can solve the problem. Article

> The widely-acclaimed Indiana Health Information Exchange continues to attract new members, with its list of participating hospitals now at 25. Article

> The state of Wisconsin, Wisconsin HIE and Milwaukee Health Care Partnership are working to tie together a broad range of hospital EDs and federally-qualified health clinics. Article

> Case study: A Columbus, Ohio hospital has begun using voice-recognition technology to transcribe physician dictation and push notes directly into EMRs. Article

> The Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association has developed new physician and employer groups which will help it further develop its Blue Health Intelligence database. The database is designed to provide healthcare trend information, best practices information and data on treatment efficacy. Article

> PC maker Gateway has begun offering EMR software on its machines targeted at the healthcare market. Article

And Finally...  We check in once again on the saga of how one family practice is working the kinks out of its EMR system. Blog

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