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BREAKING 7-11-08 Gov. Jindal Signs LA Health Care Consumers Right To Know Act at LSU-HSC
Jindal made another revelation at the Friday, July 11th, news conference: the the State's Budget now includes $4 Million for expansion of the
Emergency Room facilities at LSU-HSC in Shreveport.
Introduced by Chancellor John McDonald of LSU-HSC, Jindal talked to a packed room of LSU doctors and state legislators about the importance of electronic health records technology in improving health care in
Better known as "The LA Consumers’ Right to Know Act," the Governor said that this law charges the Department of Health and Hospitals with creating a website that will give
Governor Jindal said, “Empowering Louisianians with information and analysis about their health care options and providers through the Consumers’ Right to Know Act is a tremendous step forward in enhancing the quality of care patients receive in our state. In many ways, the health care industry is one of the last industries to take advantage of the technology we have available today to reduce paperwork and more efficiently provide services. Too often, we see better technology used in hospital gift shops than in tracking patient’s medications and treatments, where most providers still rely on paper records. In this session, we invested $18 million in electronic health records to begin getting our providers online with health care technology. The increased use of electronic medical records will provide for more efficient ways to treat patients and reduce medical errors.”
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