Portland health companies to simplify patient data

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Tuesday, April 08, 2014

The city's most prominent health systems are working together to provide clinicians easier access to health care information.

The organizations embracing the OpenNotes system are Kaiser Permanente Northwest, Legacy Health, Oregon Health & Science University, Providence Medical Group Oregon, The Portland Clinic, The Vancouver Clinic, Portland VA Medical Center, OCHIN and Salem Health. The OpenNotes movement espouses open electronic access to notes that providers include in medical records.

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