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Eclipsys Sells CPM Resource Center to Elsevier

December 20, 2007
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Atlanta-based Eclipsys has sold its Clinical Practice Model Resource Center (CPM Resource Center) to Netherlands-based Elsevier, a publisher of scientific, technical and health information products and services, for approximately $25 million.

Eclipsys says the sale enables it to focus on expanding the integration of multiple sources of content into its solutions, while letting Elsevier leverage its expertise in researching, maintaining and distributing the content.

Eclipsys employees involved in the CPM Resource Center business are joining Elsevier. Elsevier will take over responsibility for maintenance and consulting services related to the CPM Resource Center content, so Eclipsys clients will have continuity in their relationships with the CPM Resource Center professionals who perform those services, the company says.



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