Friday, September 04, 2015

This Is The Most Bizarre Post On NEHTA And The PCEHR I Have Ever Seen!

This popped up last week!

Pcehr Review Recommends Nehta Be Dissolved

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Here is the link:

If you follow this you deserve a medal!

I wonder what idiots were involved in making this up! Apology in advance for wasting your click


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This looks like some screen scrape of Pulse+IT. It would have been generated automatically to attract clicks.