New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has declared $6 million in awards to 122 behavioral healthcare contributors to make better the health IT infrastructure, involving the EHR systems.
Some healthcare contributors in New York are about to gain a financial boost to upgrade its health IT infrastructure, including updating EHR systems.
In accordance to an official announcement on his website, New York State Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has granted over $6 million to 122 behavioral healthcare providers to advance or establish their health IT infrastructure. The one-time funding was given to New York-based providers who specifically work with children’s services.
“This administration is committed to offering the best possible healthcare environment for our state’s kids,” said Governor Cuomo. “As we transform and modernize the behavioral healthcare system, this funding will assist the providers utilize technology to streamline services and continue to make better the lives of young people across the state.”
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