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Symphony Corp. and CareEvolution to partner

Madison, Wis. - The complex goal of integrating patient medical information securely and seamlessly across multiple sites of care is moving closer to reality in the Midwest. A recent partnership between Symphony Corp. , headquartered in Madison, and the Michigan-based CareEvolution seeks to...

CareEvolution and SCHIEx Named Interoperability Finalists for 2008 Microsoft Healthcare Users Group (MS-HUG) Healthcare Innovation Awards

...ch & Statistics. Vik Kheterpal, MD, a Principal at careevolution added that, "SCHIEx was born of the need to connec...eir own data at all times. About CareEvolution careevolution is a leading provider of secure interoperability s...Quinn (410) 451 7139 renea@careevolution.com careevolution Media: Vik Kheterpal, MD (734) 678 4788 vik@ca...
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CareEvolution - Healthcare Technology - One Patient, One Record

... 08.06.08: Thomson Reuters and CareEvolution Collaborate to Empower Physicians ... The CareEvolution HIEBus™ Healthcare Interoperability Technology Stack ...

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CAREEVOLUTION ANNOUNCES HIE HEADSTART ™ III-- HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE GRANTS ... CareEvolution announced the program at the eHealth Initiative's Fifth Annual ...

CareEvolution Collaborate to Empower Physicians

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CareEvolution and SCHIEx Named Interoperability Finalists for 2008 Microsoft Healthcare Users Group (MS-HUG) Healthcare Innovation Awards ANN ARBOR, Mich., and ...

South Carolina Health Information Exchange: Overview

CareEvolution, Inc. SC Office of Research & Statistics. RELAUNCHED. 2/9/09. Menu: Home/Overview ... Health care is delivered by numerous physicians, hospitals, ...

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