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Microsoft and HIMSS Expanding Healthcare User Group Across EMEA
Date:10/22/2007

pment and have benefited from the relationships and support of companies associated with the Microsoft ecosystem of partners. We value our participation in MS-HUG and our ability to leverage the Microsoft platform, which has helped us become the leading provider of clinical software, connectivity and information solutions that physicians use to improve healthcare."

"Extending HS-HUG to Europe, the Middle East and Africa provides an expanded forum for sharing best practices and learnings from our own experience, as well as the experiences of our customers and partners," said Tim Smokoff, managing director of healthcare for the Worldwide Public Sector team at Microsoft. "This will enable our partners to strengthen their businesses and our customers to improve their services and achieve a stronger return on their investments by learning from others facing similar challenges, while improving health costs, quality and access for citizens."

By expanding the geographic reach of the program across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, MS-HUG EMEA will offer technology leadership and a base of knowledge for improving the delivery and efficiency of health-related services. The alliance provides HIMSS with specific and relevant expertise to aid in broadening its professional and industrywide contributions, and provides MS-HUG members with the opportunity to reach new markets with educational and professional development programs. This expansion has been designed with content and expertise specifically for HIMSS members across EMEA.

Partners and customers believe a forum such as MS-HUG EMEA is greatly needed. Quest Software Inc., a leading software supplier to health organizations worldwide, is one partner that sees strong benefits in the expansion of MS-HUG. "It is crucially important in the health sector today that IT best practices are shared to achieve higher levels of patient care quickly," said Kurt van den Eynden, director of the Microsoft Alliance at Que
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