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ICA, Mark Logic Partner to Offer Reporting

August 25, 2009
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Informatics Corporation of America (ICA, Nashville, Tenn.) has formed a strategic partnership with San Carlos, Calif.-based

Mark Logic Corporation to offer quality and analytics reporting capabilities through its clinical portal.

The reporting capabilities will be provided through the MarkLogic XML server, which can help organizations build and deploy information-centric applications by storing, enabling access to, and delivering content, according to the companies.

The tool will be incorporated into the ICA CareAlign product suite to leverage patient data to improve population-based care. It will be commercially available in December 2009, they say.

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