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February 1, 1998
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HBO & Company, Atlanta, announced that Computer Sciences Corp., El Segundo, Calif., will resell HBOC’s Pathways 2000 software in Australia and New Zealand as part of a five-year exclusive marketing agreement.

HealthPoint, Cary, N.C., announced that Companion Technologies will sell the HealthPoint ACS computer-based patient record system.

Visteon Corp., Maitland, Fla., and Imperial Technology Solutions, a division of Los Angeles’ Imperial Bank, will provide an Internet-based eligibility system for Visteon’s practice management customers.

IT consulting firm Inteck, Inc., Denver, and interface applications developer CAI, Pacheco, Calif., entered a joint marketing agreement to provide year 2000 conversion solutions.

Sequoia Software Corp., Columbia, Md., and InfoSys, Shaumburg, Ill., announced that InfoSys will market Sequoia’s Medstar patient record system with the MedSys practice management system.

Sunquest Information Systems, Inc. Tucson, Ariz., announced it will market the FlexiRad radiology information system imbedded with WinVIEW imaging technology from A.L.I. Technologies Inc., Richmond, B.C.

MediSolution Ltd., Toronto, said its will offer its healthcare software with hardware, network services and storage applications from Data General Corp., Westboro, Mass.

Synertech, Harrisburg, Pa., announced it will integrate MedAdvice 2001 case management and utilization review software from Health Cost Consultants, Reston, Va., with its own managed care information system.

Maitland, Fla.-based Dynamic Healthcare Technologies entered a marketing agreement with AutoCyte, Inc., Elon College, N.C., to resell AutoCyte’s Image Management System in the United States and Canada.

Crest Health Systems, Panama City, Fla., signed with OCG Technology Inc., New York City, as a distributor of OCG’s PrimeCare practice management system.