Community health centers struggle; Patients don't always appreciate 'nonclinical' terms;

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> Still stuck on paper records? Kaiser Health News reported why you're not alone. Article

> How tough is it to get a doctor's appointment in Massachusetts, and what does that mean for patients' health overall? WBUR attempts to answer. Podcast

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> Although community health centers expect to sign up millions of newly insured patients under healthcare reform, scant funding will leave them scrambling to keep the new patients, FierceHealthcare reported. Article

Health IT News

> Electronic health records can stem the short-term growth in healthcare costs, according to a new study published this week in the Annals of Internal Medicine, FierceEMR reported. Article

And Finally… File under, "What not to say to patients." Article

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