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Closing the Gap Implements Telus

May 29, 2007
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Closing the Gap Healthcare Group, a Mississauga, Ontario-based community healthcare services provider, has signed a contract to implement Telus' Community Care Management Solution (CCMS).

According to Telus (Burnaby, British Columbia), CCMS is an electronic health record and patient management system that makes patient data available to community, home care and long-term care providers.

Under terms of the agreement, Telus will implement the CCMS solution, host and manage the application, provide network connectivity and security support, provide 24x7 customer service and required hardware such as PDA's and mobile phones, as well as all infrastructure and servers, says the company.

Telus has an exclusive partnership agreement with Auckland, New Zealand-based Healthphone, Microsoft's solution partner for long term condition management, to implement and host its software solutions in Canada, contends the company.

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