The Health Resources and Services Administration has awarded grants totaling nearly $3.1 million to enable six networks of community health centers to implement electronic health records and quality improvement software.

The six networks, supporting more than 100 community health centers across the nation, are: Community Health Centers Alliance in St. Petersburg, Fla. ($400,000); Georgia Association for Primary Health Care in Decatur ($625,000); Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers in Boston ($700,000); North Carolina Community Health Center Association in Raleigh ($550,000); Health Center Network of New York in New York City ($400,000); and Public Health Management Corporation in Philadelphia ($399,091).

The grants follow $18 million in funding that HRSA awarded to 37 health center networks serving more than 600 sites in December 2012. More information on HRSA services to community health centers is available here.

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