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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is planning a study on how spending on maternal, newborn and child healthcare is hurting the poor in the Asia Pacific region.
Health Level Seven (HL7), the healthcare IT standards development organisation, has released the first standard specifying the key functional requirements for child healthcare in an electronic
health record (EHR) system.