Abilene doctor, staff recognized for records - Abilene Reporter-News
Stephen Jackson and the staff of the Urgent Care Institute of Abilene, otherwise known as Dr. J Express Care, recently were recognized as “meaningful use vanguards” by the West Texas Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center for their leadership in the national electronic health record transition.
The extension center, a program of the F. Marie Hall Institute for Rural and Community Health at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, has been named the designated organization to support primary health care providers in West Texas with the adoption and meaningful use of electronic health records.
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