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Pentagon releases open-source health record software
Wednesday - 5/30/2012, 8:40am EDT
While most doctors don't have to deal with such austere conditions, Defense Department officials thought it would be helpful to them too. They said releasing the software's code would encourage greater adoption of electronic health records. They also hoped to leverage new users and developers' skills to refine the software.
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