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March 1, 1998
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SAIC, San Diego, entered a five-year agreement with the Health Care Financing Administration (HCFA) to provide Medicare and Medicaid business services.

Cerner Corp., Kansas City, Mo., and Bayer Corporation’s Agfa division, Ridgfield Park, N.J., are collaborating to provide radiology information systems and picture archiving and communication systems to the U.S. Department of Defense for its Digital Imaging Network-Picture Archival and Communication System initiative. The DOD also contracted with IBM for a filmless radiology system.

Medic Computer Systems, Inc., Raleigh, N.C., entered an agreement with Los Angeles-based Imperial Technology Solutions, a division of Imperial Bank, to provide credit card services to hospitals and physician practices.

Physician Computer Network, Inc.,Morris Plains, N.J., announced that OLSY North America, Liberty Lake, Wash., will provide desktop and network management services to Physician Computer Network customers.

Atlanta’s Per-Se Technologies and SMART Technologies, Austin, Texas, have agreed to jointly develop and implement Web-based, enterprise relationship management solutions.

National Data Corp., Atlanta, and Advanced Health Corp., Tarrytown, N.Y., announced a joint marketing agreement in which National Data will integrate Advanced Health Bukstel & Halfpenny’s laboratory information software with its EDI network.

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