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

st Software. "Ensuring that our customers achieve value from their investment in healthcare technology is vital for Quest, and bringing the combined experience of health organizations and numerous partners together in a single forum is essential to delivering better health services."

Jos van der Zalm, CEO at DBS Business Solutions, agreed. "I want to keep up with the latest Microsoft technology. MS-HUG provides a safe, collaborative environment for me to learn and share."

HIMSS has focused on providing global leadership in the use of healthcare IT and management systems since 1961. With more than 20,000 individual members and over 300 corporate members, HIMSS frames and leads healthcare public policy and industry practices. According to Michael Strubin, executive director of HIMSS EMEA, "Managing MS-HUG enables us to further promote our mission to lead change in the healthcare information and management systems field through knowledge sharing, advocacy, collaboration, innovation and community affiliation. Ultimately our goal is to drive better patient care, and this is another step in that direction."

The MS-HUG EMEA community will be hosted within the existing MS-HUG site (http://www.mshug.org) and will include content, discussion groups and webinars from thought leaders in the healthcare and IT industries. The Web site is an ideal way for members in the region to access information and gain familiarity with the broad array of services available to them.

With the expansion of MS-HUG across EMEA, Microsoft and HIMSS believe they will be able to strengthen their commitment to better serve the industry through a shared strategic vision to provide leadership and health information technology solutions that improve the delivery of care to citizens.

About HIMSS

The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is the healthcare industry's membership organization exclusive
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