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April 1, 1998
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ADAC Laboratories, Milpitas, Calif., said it will no longer develop and sell its LabStat laboratory information system. The company will take a $12.9 million charge related to the discontinuation.

Oacis Healthcare Holdings Corp., Greenbrae, Calif., and Cognos, Burlington, Mass., announced that Oacis will integrate its data repository with Cognos’ outcomes tracking and analysis products.

Montreal’s Purkinje, Inc. and GlobalMedic have agreed to integrate Purkinje’s Dossier of Clinical Information patient record software with the GlobalMedic Health Manager health and wellness system.

Reynolds and Reynolds Healthcare Systems, Dayton, Ohio, announced that ENVOY Corp., Nashville, Tenn., has become its preferred provider of electronic transaction processing services.

Medic Computer Systems, Raleigh, N.C., and professional services firm Arthur Andersen announced they will jointly develop and market products and services for healthcare organizations.

Sunquest Information Systems, Inc., Tucson, Ariz., announced it will interface its MCM Payor software with HBOC’s HPR, Inc., Cambridge, Mass., HealthPlan Reporter HEDIS reporting software.

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