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June 1, 1998
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LanVision Systems, Inc., Cincinnati, announced that SMS, Malvern, Pa., will market it document imaging and workflow applications with NOVIUS imaging applications from SMS.

Spacelabs Medical, Redmond, Wash., and Micro Medical Systems, Sioux Falls, S.D., have agreed to integrate Spacelabs’ ECG management system with Micro Medical’s cardiology information system.

QuadraMed Corp., Larkspur, Calif., and Synertech, Harrisburg, Pa., signed an agreement in which Synertech will market QuadraMed’s Health Plan Employer Data and Information Set (HEDIS) reporting application to its client base.

Lawson Software, Minneapolis, retained Support Net, Indianapolis, as a North American distributor of Lawson’s AS/400-based software applications.

Physician’s Data Corp., Atlanta, and Seattle Systems, Oakland, Calif., announced they will integrate inpatient data from Seattle Systems with outpatient data from Physician’s Data Corp. to develop outcomes reports and practice profiles.

Millbrook, Dallas, and, Dallas, announced they will offer Internet-based claims processing services from with practice management software from Millbrook.

Massachusetts Health Data Consortium has chosen Data General, Westborough, Mass., to provide hardware for its Affiliated Health Information Networks of New England project.

Sequoia Software Corp., Columbia, Md., announced that Azron Inc., Carlsbad, Calif., will embed Sequoia’s XML transaction server for healthcare into the Azron electronic medical record system.

3M Health Information Systems, Salt Lake City, announced that the Center For Health Policy Studies Consulting, Columbia, Md., will distribute its 3M APR-DRG coding software.