An opportunity for Louisville to be a pilot site
benefiting from a $35 - $100 million annual investment in
open-source health information exchange technologies.
And an exploration of potential implications for hospitals, physicians, labs, pharmacies, practice managers, and other clinical services providers.
The Eclipse Foundation and Open Source IT
February 21, 2007
2:00 p.m.- 3:15 p.m.
Greater Louisville Medical Society
101 West Chestnut Street.
Recommended parking in the YMCA garage on Second Street between Chestnut and Muhammad Ali.
For background information, please review the following document:
LouHIE and the Open Health IT Opportunity
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Research funding for this project provided by the Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (2004-6), Kentucky Legislature under SB 2 (2005-6) Kentucky Department for Public Health and the Kentucky Hospital Association (2005-6). Additional funding, staff and technologies provided by University of Louisville, School of Public Health and Information Sciences and VisPlex Association, Inc.