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Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Today's Globe: the new underinsured, pioneer in computerized medical records, brain bleeds at birth

More than 200,000 people who already have health insurance may need to buy more to meet proposed minimum standards under the state's new health insurance law.

Tiny North Adams has blazed a trail to electronic medical records that can be viewed by health care providers across the community, with lessons for larger cities trying to do the same.

Some babies' brains bleed after vaginal births, researchers detected.

Posted by Elizabeth Cooney at 06:13 AM
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