The National Football League (NFL) will make the switch from paper to electronic health records, contracting with ambulatory vendor eClinicalWorks to serve 32 teams nationwide.
“The health and safety of our players continues to be our number one priority,” Brian McCarthy, NFL’s vice president of communications, tells Healthcare IT News. “We want to provide team medical staff with the latest technology that will help with their care and treatment of players in real time at the team facility, in the locker room [and] on the sidelines. This solution will help medical staff with secure real-time information to make decisions that will benefit the player.”
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