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Accenx Teams With Cleveland Clinic to Showcase Innovative Opportunities for Healthcare Providers at HIMSS09
Date:3/11/2009

IRVINE, Calif., March 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Accenx, a leading provider of health information exchange and interoperability solutions, announced today its participation in a Pavilion Product Session on April 6th at the HIMSS 09 Annual Conference, located in Chicago, IL. Albert T. Edwards Jr., Health System Director, IT Clinical Integration and Interfaces at Cleveland Clinic, is presenting on Accenx' behalf a case study about exciting opportunities available to expand the delivery healthcare information in a mobile society; including efforts with Accenx to build a fault-tolerant information exchange.

"We are happy to have Albert teaming with us again to speak at HIMSS this year," said R. Scott Harper, EVP, Sales and Marketing. "When participating in educational sessions, we find that an excellent way to tell the story of our solutions is through our relations with current customers; one healthcare provider to another."

Attendees to the Pavilion Product Session, booth #4812 at 5:15pm CT, will hear about opportunities Cleveland Clinic have and are pursuing to further develop the methods of delivery healthcare information in a mobile society and the tools Accenx Exchange provides to accomplish that task.

To meet the Accenx team and Albert Edwards, visit booth #1410 or visit www.accenx.com to learn more about Accenx' solutions for electronic medical record (EMR) interoperability and healthcare integration. For further information about HIMSS09 Annual Conference, please visit www.himssconference.org.

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