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May 1, 1998
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HUBLink, Columbus, Ohio, announced it will integrate its OM3 Message Broker technology with single sign-on capabilities from Corechange, Inc., Boston.

ImageMatrix, Denver, and RAF Technology, Redmond, Wash., announced that RAF’s Cartouche Medical Software has been integrated with ImageMatrix’s ClaimMatrix and CaptureMatrix computer products.

First Choice Consulting, Wichita, Kan., announced it will offer consulting services specifically for Cerner Corp.’s, Kansas City, Mo., client base.

ProxyMed, Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and The Reynolds and Reynolds Company, Dayton, Ohio, entered an agreement in which ProxyMed will offer electronic claims processing services to Reynolds and Reynolds physician customers.

Executone Information Systems, Inc., Milford, Conn., and Quality Systems, Inc. subsidiary Clinitec International, Inc., Horsham, Pa., said it plans to integrate Clinitec’s NextGen electronic medical records system with Executone’s InfoSTAT emergency department tracking system.

Shared Medical Systems, Malvern, Pa., announced that Management Prescriptives, Inc., Tampa, Fla., will sell its MPI Rework Solution software to SMS customers as part of the SMS Allied Partner Program.

Cruise Technologies, Arlington Heights, Ill., and IBM have entered into a marketing agreement in which IBM Global Services will offer Cruise’s CruisePAD wireless terminal to its wireless applications customers.