The Effect Of Electronic Medical Records On Healthcare Costs According to a report in the journal <em>Health Affairs</em>, computerized patient records are unlikely to cut health care costs and may actually encourage doctors to order expensive tests more often.
Organization Hopes To Cover Underinsured Kids With Medical ProblemsMore than 2,000 medical grants have been given by the foundation since 2007.

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