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August 1, 1998
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Andersen Consulting and NationsBank announced a joint venture to develop an electronic commerce network for the healthcare industry.

GlobalMedic, Montreal, and Nortel, St. John, New Brunswick, are collaborating on a health risk appraisal and informatics program for Nortel employees in Ottawa and Brampton, Ontario, using GlobalMedic’s Health Manager information system.

Health services management company AmeriChoice Corp., Vienna, Va., and Information Network Corp., a Phoenix-based healthcare information systems company, announced they will jointly market each other’s products and services.

Imperial Technology Solutions, Los Angeles, and Epic Systems Corp., Madison, Wis., have agreed to integrate Imperial’s Receivables Payment Manager financial information system with clinical information systems from Epic.

CyberPlus Corp., San Jose, Calif., announced it had purchased a two-year license from IBM, White Plains, N.Y., for its clinical information system developed at Kaiser Permanente’s Rocky Mountain division. CyberPlus will remarket the system under the name HealthBridge.

Minolta Information Systems, Inc., Mahwah, N.J., and Cardiff Software, Inc., San Marcos, Calif., announced they will integrate Cardiff’s TELEform forms processing software with Minolta’s MI3MS 3000 Plus and DocX 2000 document imaging systems.

CareLinc Corp., Atlanta, announced that CIBA Vision Corp., Duluth, Ga., will market CareLinc’s Clinical Information System to the ophthalmic industry.

IBM, White Plains, N.Y., and HBOC, Atlanta, announced that HBOC will offer IBM’s Network Storage Manager backup and recovery application to its healthcare network customers.