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July 1, 1998
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Health Systems Technologies, Inc., Seattle, and Deloitte & Touche Consulting Group entered a preferred provider agreement in which the two companies will promote each other’s products and services.

Eclipsys Corp., Atlanta, and Simione Central Holdings, Inc., Atlanta, announced that Eclipsys will integrate Simione Central’s home healthcare software with its Sunrise suite of healthcare information systems.

Mediware Information Systems, Melville, N.Y., announced that its WORx drug therapy management system will be marketed by Compucare, Reston, Va., with Compucare’s AffinitySTAT healthcare software.

Healtheon Corp., Santa Clara, Calif., and HealthPlan Services Corp., Tampa, Fla., entered an agreement to provide small business with health insurance via the Internet.

ThinkMed, Milwaukee, and Seattle-based CareWise, Inc., announced that ThinkMed’s Expert data mining system will be integrated with disease management applications from CareWise.

Tempus Software, Inc., Jacksonville, Fla., and Equifax Healthcare Solutions, Atlanta, have agreed to integrate patient identification and financial information services from Equifax with patient scheduling software from Tempus.

Delta Health Systems, Altoona, Pa., announced it will incorporate Outcome and Assessment Information Set (OASIS) software from Outcome Concept Systems, Inc., Seattle, with its line of home healthcare software.

Chicago-based insurance company CNA said it will begin marketing MedicaLogic’s, Beaverton, Ore., Logician electronic medical record system to its strategic partners.

GlobalMedic, Montreal, and Nortel, New Brunswick, entered an agreement that will provide 12,000 Nortel employees access to GlobalMedic’s Health Manager health risk assessment software.