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Maryland Hospital Launches Data-sharing Platform

March 31, 2010
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Frederick Memorial Hospital, a 300-bed facility located west of Baltimore, is working with Birmingham, Ala.-based

Medseek to develop an eHealth ecoSystem.

According to the company, the ecoSystem will combine a patient portal and consumer-facing Web site with its existing Medseek physician portal to create an integrated, single-platform system that allows patients, physicians and clinicians to share data in a secure, online environment.

The physician portal, which was deployed in 2008, connects 375 Frederick Memorial physicians and receives more than 1,000 logins per month, it says.



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