CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. stores in greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky will begin selling a flash drive to store patient’s personal health records this week, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported. MedFlash will be priced at $29.95 and will be sold from the pharmacy counters of the Kroger stores. It is the first device for electronic personal health records the company has offered, said Rachael Betzler, spokeswoman. "This is the direction the medical community is going, to take everything ...

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