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Misys to donate $10 million worth of products

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The Misys Center for Community Health Leadership, an affiliate of the big software vendor, is ready to give $10 million worth of Misys products to communities that want to build health information networks. Hospitals, physician practices, home health agencies, and community organizations can apply for grants through the end of the year. The applicants need to state how their projects would promote connectivity among local healthcare providers, and they have to be willing to participate in studies of return on investment.

The Misys Center for Community Health Leadership, an affiliate of the big software vendor, is ready to give $10 million worth of Misys products to communities that want to build health information networks. Hospitals, physician practices, home health agencies, and community organizations can apply for grants through the end of the year. The applicants need to state how their projects would promote connectivity among local healthcare providers, and they have to be willing to participate in studies of return on investment.

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