Children’s Healthcare joins statewide network
by Staff Reports
06:47 PM, Wednesday, October 01
Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta has joined the Georgia Health Information Network, the statewide health information exchange network that electronically connects Georgia hospitals, physicians and clinicians to exchange patient health information....

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