Grant will upgrade IT at health center

The Garden Island

LIHUE — Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii health center will receive $46,320 from the federal government, earmarked for improvements to information technology systems.

The funding allotment was announced Tuesday, and Ho’ola Lahui is one of 14 Hawaii health centers that will receive a total of $753,064 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

“The funding will be used to replace our server, which hosts our electronic health records and management systems,” said David Peters, executive director of Ho’ola Lahui Hawaii.

He said it will also help them purchase additional reporting software that will help streamline their efforts to report all of the required data from various funders and third party payers.


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