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GE, InterComponentWare Partnering on HIE Solutions

July 7, 2009
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United Kingdom-based GE Healthcare, a division of General Electric Company, is linking up with global eHealth specialist InterComponentWare, Inc. (ICW, Germany) to integrate and co-develop their health information exchange solutions.

Through the agreement, GE Healthcare and ICW look to leverage their existing solutions and to create new offerings, say the companies. Using ICW’s expertise in eHealth and patient connectivity, GE Healthcare will enhance Centricity Health Information Exchange service’s existing technology, patient connectivity and communications tools while bolstering their security and interoperability capabilities, they tout.



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