The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology is making $12.2 million available in additional grant funding to Regional Extension Centers assisting rural and critical access hospitals in adopting health information technologies.

RECs, which primarily serve primary care practices, previously received a total of $19.85 million in funds to also serve small hospitals in their service areas. Now, that funding, which capped at $12,000 per hospital, is bumped to $18,000.

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