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March 9, 2017
by Michael Morris
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Education Initiative

Networking Health announces a new initiative to promote information technology resources for healthcare education. Some examples will include resources for healthcare professionals in training or in practice in the United States and abroad, resources for patients, and best practices based on our experience implementing various healthcare technology platforms in a real world environment. Stay tuned for more information.

November 2, 2016
by Michael Morris
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Vision Interchange Foundation First Client of New Platform

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In November 2016, Networking Health, Ltd. (NH) announces a new strategic partnership with another Baltimore based Maryland non-profit organization, Vision Interchange Foundation. The goal of vision interchange is to provide free prescription glasses to underserved patients who are unable to afford the glasses they need to see. Vision impairment is one of the top ten disabilities in the united states. NH is proud to partner with Vision Interchange Foundation to help provide the implementation support for their web based EHR.

October 17, 2016
by Michael Morris
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New Service Model for NH

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Lightbulb moment. Following inspiration from the Forbes conference and lots of thought and deliberation, NH is announcing a new model of service. Previously, efforts were focused primarily on free clinics in Baltimore. Since NH implementation and support services are directed around a web based model, our organization is shifting gears in order to provide service more broadly. Moving forward, our focus will be on providing free and low cost implementation and support services for open source health software and non-proprietary health software standards based initiatives such as HL7FHIR, DICOM-SR, and Annotation Image Markup (AIM). Efforts remain focused on web driven services.

August 24, 2016
by Michael Morris
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Forbes Conference 2016

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Networking Health has been invited to participate in the Forbes Under 30 summit in Boston, MA in October 2016 in the tech category. The summit will be an opportunity to establish new partnerships in the realm of early health focused technology start-up companies and seasoned experts in healthcare.

November 18, 2012
by Michael Morris
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National Public Radio WAMU 88.5 American University Radio Washington DC

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Networking Health’s efforts at the Baltimore Rescue Mission Clinic was just featured in Sabri Ben-Achour’s story: “Baltimore Clinic Develops E-Records For Homeless Patients.” The story was aired during the Friday lunchtime broadcast and is posted on the website. This story and others are part of an effort to build awareness for the work of Networking Health in the Baltimore-Washington region and for the general support of open source, free electronic medical records to improve the healthcare of patients all over.