Loan Fund to Improve Access to Electronic Health Records

Small, rural and urban primary care practices in North Carolina may be eligible for a collaborative loan program that can provide funds to assist in the implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) for practices and their patients. Practices in all 100 counties of North Carolina are eligible to apply.

Click here for an informational brochure on the NC EHR Loan Fund.

The loan program, formerly funded by the NC Health and Wellness Trust Fund, is now housed within the NC Department of Health and Human Services Office of Health Information Technology, in partnership with the NC Medical Society Foundation (NCMSF) and the Center for Community Self-Help.

Prequalification information, applications and additional details are available at: http://www.ncehrloanfund.org/.

For more information, contact Terri Gonzalez, Practice Technical Assistance Coordinator, NCMSF, tgonzalez@ncmedsoc.org or 919-865-5251. The NCMSF works with applicants to complete the loan application, provide technical assistance and financial guidance.

 
 

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