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Hawaii Hospital Extends Outsourcing Deal

January 28, 2009
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Queen’s Medical Center, a non-profit, acute care facility located in Honolulu, Hawaii, is renewing its IT outsourcing contract with Dallas-based

Affiliated Computer Services, Inc.

ACS has provided several IT application and technology infrastructure services to the facility since 2001. Under the new contract, a three-year deal valued at $26 million, ACS will continue IT support services for the medical center and other Queen’s Health System affiliates.

Located in downtown Honolulu, the 505-bed Queen’s Medical Center is the largest private hospital in Hawaii and is an affiliate of The Queen’s Health System.



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