Pennsylvania school districts, health facilities to share EHRs; Lung nodules increase radiologists' efficiency;

> Under a new partnership, several healthcare facilities and school districts in Pennsylvania will share electronic health records between the two entities, the Express-Times reported. Dubbed the Children's Care Alliance, the collaboration involves four hospitals, including Lehigh Valley Health Network and two school districts of Bethlehem and Allentown. Article

> A radiologist's efficiency nearly doubles with the use of an automated lung nodule matching program, CMIO reported. According to researchers, the software delivered match rates as high as 92 percent. Article

> The Pennsylvania eHealth Collaborative is giving away a free year of direct messaging services to healthcare providers in Pennsylvania through an approved health information services provider. According to an announcement, roughly 8,000 providers have the potential to benefit from the program, including hospitals and health systems. Announcement

And Finally... She sure showed them. Article

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