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Independent audit verifies CU’s internal controls & processes

BILLINGS, Montana—Computers Unlimited, a software development company, announced that it has completed its SOC 2 Type II audit, performed by KirkpatrickPrice. Computers Unlimited said this attestation provides evidence that it has a strong commitment to security and to delivering high-quality services to its clients by demonstrating that they have the necessary internal controls and processes in place.

Secure data sharing now possible across any network

DALLAS—Axxess, a global technology innovator for health care at home, launched a new product called Axxess Connect, a groundbreaking interoperability solution. This new product will revolutionize the way Axxess users connect and share data with health care providers and specialists, further enhancing care coordination, improving patient outcomes and driving the future by enabling new care models and value-based care.

NASHVILLE, Tennesse—Medalogix, a machine learning company specializing in the advancement of patient care in home health, palliative, hospice and strategic payer initiatives in the home, announced the appointment of Scott Hampel as chief operating officer (COO). Hampel succeeds Andrew Bates, who will continue to lead the company's financial strategy, legal and corporate development functions as executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO).

One tree for every PioneerRx system installed until April 30, 2024

SPARTANBURG, South Carolina—RedSail Technologies, a provider of pharmacy software solutions, announced its partnership with One Tree Planted, a nonprofit organization focused on global reforestation. As part of this partnership, RedSail Technologies will be planting one tree for every PioneerRx system installed from April 1, 2023 through April 30, 2024.

The new software hopes to be a game-changer for infusion care delivery.

DALLAS, Texas—InfuseFlow announced it will release its Magnolia (InfuseFlow v3.6) software which it hopes to be a game-changer for infusion care delivery with the introduction of its second-generation workflow engine. According to InfuseFlow, this platform supports rapidly deploying customized workflows, document types and care templates.

In addition to changing rates in non-bid locations, CMS plans to lower certain rates based on regional calculations, all under the guise of streamlining the bid program