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Per-Se Technologies forms dedicated e-health division

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Clinical software and systems developer Per-Se Technologies has formed a separate division called Per-Se e-Health. Per-Se e-Health will offer private network and Internet-based business-to-business

Clinical software and systems developer Per-Se Technologies has formed a separate division called Per-Se e-Health. Per-Se e-Health will offer private network and Internet-based business-to-business e-health products to physicians throughout the U.S. The Atlanta-based company already provides e-health services to more than 33,000 physicians, with a focus on hospital-affiliated physicians such as radiologists, anesthesiologists, emergency medicine physicians, pathologists, and academic institutions and certain surgical specialties. Per-Se says its national database of processed claims offers unique Web-based decision support that enhances healthcare practices.

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