Implementation of Health Record Banking in Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, and Riverside Counties

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Implementation of Health Record Banking in Los Angeles, Ventura, Orange, and Riverside Counties
The population of Americans is on the move. Cities which once prospered are nearing extinction, and cities which were once small are bursting at the seams. In each of the years in the last decade, individuals who moved increased, according to the United States Census (Nasser and Overberg, 2007). The recent census also indicated that the Los Angeles County area increased in population by almost one million individuals in the past decade. Complicating the management of the increased population even further, a full 7% increase in the Hispanic population indicates that much of the new population will have to navigate social systems for the first...
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..... data collection methods for health care demand unprecedented actions. We believe that the adoption of the Kaiser system is such an unprecedented action.
The Southern California Health Resource Bank Steering Committee hopes that the Los Angeles Times and its readers will join us in heralding a new era of health care for the citizens of the Southern California region. Through the establishment of a time tested form of data collection of health records, California can do what it has done since its inception, which is to act as vanguard in the development of effective social mechanisms.
Respectfully,
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