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UPDATE: Medical society gets grant to boost broadband access

The Dauphin County-based Pennsylvania Medical Society has
been awarded a $404,500 state grant to help bring broadband Internet access to more
doctors.

The Dauphin County-based Pennsylvania Medical Society has
been awarded a $404,500 state grant to help bring broadband Internet access to more
doctors.

The money from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and
Economic Development
will help the society continue its ConnectTheDocs initiative.
The initiative aims to increase physicians’ access to affordable broadband
Internet access.

The grant will fund statewide outreach and education efforts
to accelerate physician adoption of health-information technologies like e-prescribing
and electronic medical records.
In addition, the grant will fund regionally specific projects in
northwest Pennsylvania and the Bucks County
area.

The medical society, headquartered in Lower Paxton
Township, represents
doctors statewide.

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