Drug store chain Walgreens in March is rolling out a service to electronically deliver to primary care physicians their patient immunization records from its 7,800 Walgreens and Duane Reade pharmacies, and 350 Take Care Clinics.

Later this year, Walgreens will provide electronic immunization reporting to state and local public health agencies, and electronically submit to primary care providers summaries of care that their patients receive from a Take Care clinic. Patients must opt-in to the service before their physicians can receive the immunization reports and summaries.

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