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WebReach, Inc. Becomes Mirth Corporation
Date:4/24/2009

New name signals expanded vision to speed healthcare interoperability following successful launch of Mirth Project, healthcare's leading open source healthcare integration engine

IRVINE, Calif., April 24 /PRNewswire/ -- WebReach, Inc., a leader in open source healthcare information technology products and consulting services, today announced its new company name, Mirth Corporation (Mirth). Mirth is dedicated to helping healthcare organizations - including Health Information Exchanges (HIEs), hospitals, clinics, pharmacies, and clinical laboratories - successfully achieve interoperability-driven improvements in care at a fraction of the time and cost of existing commercial or homegrown data interface solutions.

In 2006, WebReach founded the open source Mirth project, incubated its code base, and has served as its corporate sponsor and primary source of professional support and related consulting services since the project's inception. Since that time, Mirth has become the most widely downloaded open source software for healthcare data integration, achieving over 60,000 worldwide downloads since its launch. The Mirth contributor and user community now stands at over 6,000 registered users. Mirth healthcare integration software and appliances are in production use within leading HIEs and hospital systems across the U.S. and UK.

The latest version of the Mirth integration engine, called Mirth Connect(TM), enables healthcare organizations to quickly and securely move laboratory data, radiology images, prescriptions, and continuity of care records to points of care within the organization and across the healthcare community. It can be downloaded and easily integrated into an organization's information environment or run on purpose-built Mirth Appliances that provide out-of-the-box interoperability with minimal installation complexity. Customers have used Mirth Connect to rapidly build data exchange interfaces with
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