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Microsoft Forms Alliance with Healthcare IT Non-profit to Deploy Government Technologies

Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) has formed a strategic alliance with Social Interest Solutions, a non-profit group that leverages technology to expand customer access to health and human services.

The alliance will strengthen Microsoft’s ability to help government customers design and deploy efficient technologies and processes that underlie health insurance exchanges.

Microsoft will combine Social Interest’s enrollment, standards and interoperability capabilities with its technology and government expertise.

“With the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, states have new mandates to follow, deadlines to meet and risks to mitigate that require significant process improvements combined with innovative technologies, ” said Brian Russon, national practice leader for health insurance exchange at Microsoft.

“We are pleased to join forces with Social Interest Solutions and look forward to working collaboratively to help our clients meet the demands of implementing effective health insurance exchanges.”

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