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November 28, 2008 at 2:59 PM

Microsoft and others in public forum on digital health records

Interested in electronic health records?

Several big players will participate in a public forum Monday in Seattle, discussing electronic health records and the role they may play in healthcare reform.

Hosted by consulting firm Milliman, the event will include representatives from Microsoft, Group Health, Veterans Affairs and the centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. King County Executive Ron Sims and state Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler are also scheduled to participate.

The free event is Monday, Dec. 1, at Town Hall, 1119 Eighth Ave. An exhibit opens at 6:30 and a panel discussion begins at 7:30.

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