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IntelliDOT, Iatric Team Up to Simplify Interfaces

November 18, 2008
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IntelliDOT Corporation, a wireless provider based in San Diego, has inked an agreement with Iatric Systems, Inc. (Boxford, Mass.) to facilitate interfaces between IntelliDOT solutions and Westwood, Mass.-based Meditech’s information systems for customer organizations.

Through the agreement, the companies will interface pricing, implementation and maintenance fees for hospital organizations that use the Meditech Magic or Meditech information systems in order to enhance patient safety and improve workflow efficiencies, they say.

Iatric Systems provides software, interfaces and reporting services to hospitals and health systems.

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