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InterComponentWare Inc. Aligns with the Center for Health Transformation
Date:2/11/2008

Collaboration across public and private sectors critical to advancing

eHealth initiatives

MALVERN, Pa., Feb. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- InterComponentWare Inc. (ICW), a global leader in eHealth technology solutions, announced today its membership with the Center for Health Transformation (The Center), a collaborative organization of private and public sector organizations focused on improving health by promoting the adoption of more intelligent healthcare systems in the U.S. founded by former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich.

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ICW CEO Jeremy P. Coote explains the synergy between ICW and The Center: "ICW has delivered secure, intelligent, and transparent medical information sharing between healthcare stakeholders and with the patient in Europe. The Center's quest for intelligent healthcare begins with sharing relevant, aggregated patient data, across providers to ensure coordination of treatment and to reduce unnecessary tests and procedures. ICW offers the mature, fully integrated technology to accomplish this goal and we will share our experience with The Center's members."

The Center's membership includes leaders from all areas of the U.S. healthcare marketplace: payers, providers, hospitals, technology companies, large pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology and diagnostic companies, along with policy organizations, not-for-profit associations and state representatives. David Merritt, Project Director for The Center, describes the membership as "An amalgamation of consulting, advocacy, think tank, public affairs, training and implementation."

The Center's CEO Nancy Desmond notes why ICW is a good fit for The Center, "ICW has helped countries in Europe advance the quality of care delivered to patients by seamlessly networking all c
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