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Two WNY hospitals to share doc notes with patients

Ever leave the doctor and second guess the information you sort of remember? Two Western New York hospitals are implementing a new system designed to give patients access to the notes written by their health care providers.   Niagara Falls Memorial Health System and Roswell Park Cancer Institute are among seven hospitals statewide to receive grant funding of about $125,0 00 apiece from the New York State Health Foundation to add the OpenNotes system. Niagara Falls Memorial will implement the system…
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