Beth Morris, left, and Laura Davis, nurse practitioners with North Carolina Heart & Vascular, talk with each other while entering patient orders electronically at Johnston Medical Center in Smithfield.
Beth Morris, left, and Laura Davis, nurse practitioners with North Carolina Heart & Vascular, talk with each other while entering patient orders electronically at Johnston Medical Center in Smithfield. JOHNSTON HEALTH
Beth Morris, left, and Laura Davis, nurse practitioners with North Carolina Heart & Vascular, talk with each other while entering patient orders electronically at Johnston Medical Center in Smithfield. JOHNSTON HEALTH

Hospitals making strides in electronic records

December 09, 2013 11:26 AM

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