Emdeon Business Services will donate 100 one-year licenses of its meaningful use-certified electronic health records software to small practice physicians in underserved communities in New Jersey.

The donation results from a partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Minority Health and the federally funded New Jersey Health Information Technology Extension Center.

The Web-hosted Emdeon Clinical software costs $99 per provider per month, a charge that would kick in after a year of use. Physicians also could receive services from the extension center, funded under the HITECH Act to aid clinicians in adopting and meaningful using EHRs.

The New Jersey extension center will promote the donations, although physicians need not be working with the center to qualify for a free one-year license. The HHS Office of Minority Health brought the parties together and is identifying underserved communities and their primary care providers.

More information is available at emdeon.com/newjersey.


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