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GE strikes deal with Corechange

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Corechange has struck an exclusive agreement to integrate its technology into clinical information systems sold by GE Medical Systems. The integrated product will allow secure, single sign-on access to applications and information sources. The

Corechange has struck an exclusive agreement to integrate its technology into clinical information systems sold by GE Medical Systems. The integrated product will allow secure, single sign-on access to applications and information sources. The availability of a personalized user interface promises to improve efficiency and effectiveness when working with multiple computer applications, while addressing hospitals’ need to meet new regulatory requirements for privacy and security of patient information.

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