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CRITICAL Software to use and distribute Think!EHR Platform

May 19, 2014  |  from: Tomaž Gornik

Marand and CRITICAL Software announced they are entering into a partnership agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, CRITICAL Software will use and distribute Think!EHR Platform in the healthcare markets of Portugal and Brazil. 

“CRITICAL Software is a recognized leader in providing high quality, mission critical software in the most demanding verticals. This is why we are especially proud that they  have chosen Think!EHR Platform™ as the health data platform for their health information exchange and analytics projects. Together, we can provide the next-generation of solutions relying on open health data to customers in healthcare markets worldwide”, said Tomaž Gornik, Marand co-founder and CEO.

Think!EHR Platform is a health data platform designed for real-time, transactional health data storage, query, retrieve and exchange based on vendor-neutral open data standards including openEHR (www.openehr.org).

CRITICAL Software (www.criticalsoftware.com) is an international company, founded in 1998, which specialises in the delivery of reliable solutions, services and technologies for business-critical information systems, providing software solutions and technologies that protect individuals, provide valuable insights, monitor the safety of equipment and guarantee business-critical processes are carried out securely and efficiently.

Marand (www.marand.com) is a customer-centric solution provider in healthcare offering products including Think!Med Clinical and Think!EHR Platform. The solutions are based on state of the art technology and industry standards such as openEHR, IHE and HL7. 


Date, time and place: Ljubljana, Coimbra, March 30th, 2014


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