New York governor's budget proposal allocates nearly $100 million to digitize health records

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's annual budget proposal includes many healthcare initiatives, including a $1.2 billion capital program to support health facilities, Capital Pro reported. The proposals are part of the governor's $142.1 billion budget in which he allocated more than half--roughly $79 billion--to healthcare. 

The governor also proposed a $95 million plan to digitize health records, using $65 million in state funds and $30 million from the federal government's Medicaid program. Article

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