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Ethel Roy, 81, visited earlier this month with Dr. Stephen St. Clair, her urologist, at his office in North Adams.

Hope, challenges in computerizing medical records

North Adams blazes a trail

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / January 30, 2007

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NORTH ADAMS -- This old textile city is about to become the first in the United States where residents have electronic medical records that in an instant can be viewed by any physician and many nurses in the community, from their offices, the local hospital, or the visiting nurses association. (Full article: 1450 words)

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