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Orion Health to power New Mexico patient records

About a million patients in the US state of New Mexico will have their records shifted to a platform by Orion Health, enabling medical professionals to manage health information online and make use of analytics, disease management tools, and public health reporting capabilities.

About a million patients in the US state of New Mexico will have their records shifted to a platform by Orion Health, enabling medical professionals to manage health information online and make use of analytics, disease management tools, and public health reporting capabilities.

The New Mexico Health Information Collaborative, the state's health information exchange, wants to build a long-term health record for each patient with an eye to improving population health management and reducing the burden of chronic diseases throughout the state.

Orion Health said the technology would give providers easy access to the most up-to-date data, sending automatic notifications to users about patient encounters and new information.

According to the most recent TIN100 report, Orion Health reported revenue of $100 million last year.

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