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Carefx Pens Contract with Forward Advantage

May 29, 2007
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Carefx Corporation (Scottsdale, Ariz.) has signed an agreement with Forward Advantage (Fresno, Calif.) to expand its identity and access management offering. Forward Advantage is a provider of identity and access management solutions for hospitals using Meditech (Westwood, Mass.) healthcare information systems. Under the terms of the agreement, Forward Advantage will resell Fusion from Carefxto Meditech customers worldwide.

According to Carefx, Fusion is an end-to-end solution that addresses clinicians' need to access patient information and utilizes industry standards to aggregate patient information from multiple systems.

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