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Georgia Charitable Care Network 8th Annual Conference - Atlanta, GA - May 07, 2012

TATE will be presenting at the 8th Annual Conference of the Georgia Charitable Care Network (GCCN) on Monday, May 07, 2012 in Atlanta Georgia. 

The topic of our presentation is "Health IT Transformations in Free & Charitable Clinics".  My colleagues Dr. Wilson D. Pace, MD, FAAFP,  Director of the American Academy of Family Physicians National Research Network (AAFP NRN) and Mark R. Cruise, MDiv, Principal Free Clinic Solutions will be joining me in the presentation. 

We are working on our plans to bring our Health IT programs for Free & Charitable Clinics to Georgia.  It has been on our roadmap for quite some time - hoping to engage community stewards like GCCN in our efforts.  We hope to also engage community members, including social entrepreneurs and academic institutions in our initiatives. 

I would like to thank Donna Looper, Executive Director of GCCN for extending us the invitation to present at the event.

I will report back after the meeting and post the presentation on our website.


TATE has taken the Pledge

"We pledge to engage and empower individuals to be partners in their health through information technology."

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2011 OHT Academic Challenge Contributions to the Open Source Community

The 2011 Open Health Tools Academic Challenge was held on April 14, 2011. Participating Teams have contributed their source code to the Open Source Community. You may access the source code and all accompanying documentation by visiting the OHT CollabNet repository.

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Health IT Transformations in Free Clinics - A TATE Charter Project

Health Information Technology plays an important role in addressing health disparities. There are over 1,400 Free Clinics in the United States. Free Clinics in general do not qualify for HITECH programs. This creates a considerable gap in our National Health IT Agenda. TATE has recognized the importance of filling this “gap” in order to advance the Health IT Transformations underway in the United States.

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