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merge,

v to produce a single sequence of items, ordered according to some rule, from two or more sequences previously ordered according to the same rule. Merging does not change the items in size, structure, or total number.
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Merge Healthcare Incorporated develops software solutions that automate healthcare data and diagnostic workflow to create a more comprehensive electronic record of the patient experience.
After reviewing several prominent mammography applications, Merge Mammo 7.
HIMSS marks an excellent opportunity for us to showcase the comprehensive image and information management capabilities of Merge eMed," said David Noshay, President - Merge eMed.
There has also been some confusion regarding when Merge entered the proposal process.
Offering to provide complimentary support to Merge eMed's popular imaging solutions eFilm Workstation, FUSION PACS and FUSION Matrix PACS.
The complaint, filed by the SEC in federal court today, charged Merge with record-keeping violations, and charged two of the company's former executives with accounting fraud.
Combined, Merge Hemo and Merge Cardio provide a seamless solution for advanced reporting and enhanced workflow.
At the time, McKesson was to merge with AmeriSource and Cardinal Health with Bergen-Brunswig.
The parties have decided to merge T into X for a package of consideration that will ostensibly be 50% X stock and 50% cash.
Meaningful Use is gaining significant momentum in the radiology community," said Jeff Surges, CEO of Merge Healthcare.
24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearDATA and Merge Healthcare Incorporated have announced that ClearDATA will be the cloud-computing provider for Merge Healthcare's new Merge One solution.