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Philips to become a global leader in patient care management solutions for the hospital and the home through the acquisition of BioTelemetry, Inc.

December 18, 2020

  • Philips to acquire BioTelemetry, Inc. for USD 72.00 per share; implied enterprise value of USD 2.8 billion (approx. EUR 2.3 billion)
  • Acquisition is a strong fit with Philips’ strategy to transform the delivery of healthcare: combination of Philips’ leading patient monitoring position in the hospital with BioTelemetry’s leading cardiac diagnostics and monitoring position outside the hospital
  • With 2019 sales of USD 439 million, BioTelemetry annually monitors over 1 million cardiac patients remotely; its portfolio includes wearable heart monitors, AI-based data analytics and services
  • Combination will result in significant synergies driven by cross-selling opportunities, geographical expansion, portfolio innovation synergies, and productivity gains
  • BioTelemetry business is expected to deliver double-digit growth and improve its Adjusted EBITA margin to over 20% by 2025; acquisition will be sales growth and adjusted EBITA margin accretive for Philips in 2021

Amsterdam, the Netherlands – Royal Philips (NYSE: PHG, AEX: PHIA), a global leader in health technology, and BioTelemetry, Inc. (NASDAQ: BEAT), a leading U.S.-based provider of remote cardiac diagnostics and monitoring, today announced that they have entered into a definitive merger agreement. Pursuant to the agreement, Philips will commence a tender offer to acquire all of the issued and outstanding shares of BioTelemetry for USD 72.00 per share, to be paid in cash upon completion. This represents a 16.5 percent premium to BioTelemetry’s closing price on December 17, 2020. The implied enterprise value is USD 2.8 billion (approximately EUR 2.3 billion), inclusive of BioTelemetry’s cash and debt. The board of directors of BioTelemetry has approved the transaction and recommends the offer to its shareholders. The transaction is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2021.

The acquisition of BioTelemetry is a strong fit with Philips’ cardiac care portfolio, and its strategy to transform the delivery of care along the health continuum with integrated solutions. The combination of Philips’ leading patient monitoring position in the hospital with BioTelemetry’s leading cardiac diagnostics and monitoring position outside the hospital, will result in a global leader in patient care management solutions for the hospital and the home for cardiac and other patients. Philips’ current portfolio includes real-time patient monitoring, therapeutic devices, telehealth and informatics. Moreover, Philips has an advanced and secure cloud-based Philips HealthSuite digital platform optimized for the delivery of healthcare across care settings. Every year, Philips’ integrated solutions monitor around 300 million patients in hospitals, as well as around 10 million sleep and respiratory care patients in their own homes.

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Cerner, Xealth simplify digital tool orders for telehealth, remote patient monitoring

From their EHR workflows, clinicians will have a centralized system enabling them to order and prescribe apps, devices or other digital therapeutic tools for virtual care management.By Mike Miliard December 11, 202002:57 PM

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Cerner announced Thursday a new offering developed through the investment it made this summer in digital prescription platform Xealth. 

It will now offer its customers a centralized digital ordering and monitoring system, delivered right from the electronic health record, to help providers more easily deploy and manage digital tools and smartphone applications for their patients.

The tool enables clinicians to see an array of digital therapeutics and apps in the Cerner EHR, assess their cost and clinical value, and prescribe them for patients from within their workflows. HIMSS20 Digital Learn on-demand, earn credit, find products and solutions.

Additionally, it can help them track how well the connected health tools are working as part of a telehealth, remote monitoring or other virtual care program.

Among the tools on offer via Xealth’s platform: Babyscripts, Glooko, SilverCloud Health and Welldoc.

The platform, by linking digital health tools such as these with EHR data, allows clinicians to monitor how the apps are being used and can send care plans to patients’ smartphones.

THE LARGER TREND

Cerner announced its $6 million investment in Xealth, a Providence spinoff, back in August.

Among the use cases that can be tackled when the tool is deployed in the EHR and in the patients’ own portal: chronic disease management, behavioral health, maternity care and preparation for surgery. As telehealth and remote patient monitoring continue to be major modalities of care during the pandemic, digital tools and app prescriptions will offer enhancement treatment options for those areas and others.

Since then, Phoenix-based Banner Health has been one of the first Cerner customers to put the platform to work within its physicians’ workflows. 

“Banner Health is known for providing leadership and embracing technology to improve patient care in this rapidly transforming health care environment,” said Scott Nordlund, chief strategy and growth officer for Banner Health, in a Cerner statement. “Our patients expect to be treated like consumers. Mindful of that expectation, we are utilizing new capabilities and expanding our formulary to make digital health easier for our doctors to deploy and monitor.”

Earlier this year, Healthcare IT News Features Editor Bill Siwicki explored how UPMC is using Xealth with its Epic EHR platform.

“Xealth offered the ability to integrate with our Epic EHR, sending content seamlessly from the platform, where providers already are used to working,” said Dr. Glenn Updike, medical director of clinical informatics for the women’s health service line at UPMC. “Providers would feel like they are sending materials from Epic, but Xealth would actually be collating information from vendors and UPMC alike into one streamlined package.”

He added: “While patients are not required to download additional apps to access their educational information, one of the successes of our Xealth implementation is our ability to prescribe monitoring apps for patients to better track their individual pregnancy experience,” he continued. “Xealth has allowed us to rapidly scale the prescription of this type of content because of the integration into the EHR.”

ON THE RECORD
“As digital tools are increasingly included in care plans, health systems seek a way to organize and oversee their use across the health system,” said David Bradshaw, senior vice president, consumer and employer solutions at Cerner. “Digital health has extraordinary potential to reshape the way we care for patients and, working with Xealth, we are answering the need and helping providers create more engaging and effective patient experiences.”

“Now more than ever, extending care teams to meet patients where they are is critical,” said Mike McSherry, CEO and cofounder of Xealth. “As digital health programs roll out, they should elevate both the patient and provider experience. Cerner, building out a digital formulary, with Xealth at its core, is listening to its strong clinician base by delivering tools to enhance patient care, without adding additional steps for the care team.”

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Veridata EDC: Elsevier’s electronic data capture software puts compliance front and centre

For more than two decades Elsevier, a global information and analytics company specialising in scientific and medical content, has supported clinical research with its electronic data capture (EDC) software. Its latest development is Veridata EDC, a cloud-based platform designed to simplify the process of data gathering, analysis and compliance.

Veridata EDC: Elsevier’s electronic data capture software puts compliance front and centre
The Veridata electronic data capture software is intuitive, reducing the chances of human error

Here, Elsevier’s commercial manager Philip Dunlop talks to Pharmaceutical Technology about the challenges of compliance in clinical research, how COVID-19 is disrupting the sector and how Veridata EDC can help businesses manage compliance.

Q: Why is compliance so important to clinical research?

The simple answer is patient safety, with regulations in place to ensure that everyone participating in a clinical trial conducts themselves ethically and safely. It is also vitally important to learn from past mistakes, particularly in instances where clinical trials were not as safe as they should have been, or where patients were endangered in accidents or by trial organisers acting in financial self-interest.

Even though regulations add significant overheads to a clinical research programme, they do help make it very clear where a failure has occurred and what needs to be done so it never happens again. Veridata EDC has been designed to keep those key safety aspects while reducing time spent on data entry, analysis and compliance.

Q: What makes data compliance such a challenge in clinical research?

Whenever I think about compliance, I’m always reminded of GDPR. The world was shocked by how much extra work was required but in clinical trials, researchers have needed to meet many aspects of GDPR’s high level of scrutiny for many years. Compliance is a difficult thing to get right because regulations are so often set to a very high standard. One of the major reasons for this, in clinical research, is that a study needs to be repeatable.

Q: What compliance hurdles do clinical research companies tend to face?

There are regulations around how data is stored, so obviously that has to be secure. There must also be checks and balances on the person who is entering the data, to determine if they are who they say they are, and that their account hasn’t been compromised. And then there’s the audit trail. If data has ever changed in the system, we know who has changed it, when they changed it and why they changed it. Veridata EDC makes all that easier.

Q: How can Veridata EDC help clinical research projects with their compliance?

Veridata EDC helps businesses meet their compliance requirements in several ways. Firstly, the software has been assessed by NHS Data Security and Protection (DSP), meaning that it is held to a very high standard. It is also ISO 27001-certified, which is the international standard on how to manage information security. It is also compliant with GCP, FDA CFR 21 Part 11, HIPAA and GDPR.

The software is also intuitive, in that it makes running clinical trials, studies and registries easier to manage, and in turn there are fewer opportunities for human error. Its API-programmable design allows interoperability with existing systems and it’s designed with our MACRO system in mind, which has been in operation for more than twenty years. We have taken our experiences over twenty years and updated them for the modern software application, making collecting clinical trials data simpler and more accessible.

Q: How has COVID-19 changed things from a compliance perspective?

COVID-19 has changed the way clinical trials are conducted in that some of the rules seem to have been relaxed or adapted. In the past, some participants would finish a clinical trial and not receive another call for a decade. But COVID-19 has changed this attitude, with patients now constantly monitored over much longer periods. We’ve also seen an acceleration of experimental treatments with shortened timescales within each phase of the study.

The pandemic has also driven collaboration between universities, hospitals and other clinical research institutions. Together, they’ve formed strong partnerships in joint quality research. Regulatory sign-off on new treatments has accelerated too, to cope with the need for a quick, effective and safe response to COVID-19 globally.

Q: What does the future hold for EDC software in terms of compliance?

At Elsevier, compliance is one of the main focuses of the Veridata EDC team. We continually adapt to the requirements of regulators to guarantee patient safety.

As the world of clinical trials changes due to COVID-19 – with patients visiting hospitals and clinics far less often (if at all) for non-critical care, for example – continuing clinical trials has been a challenge. However, with the use of technology, we’ve overcome many obstacles.

We continue to listen to our customers’ problems and respond with easy to use and accessible solutions, that are both compliant and of high quality.Free Whitepaper

Excel vs EDC: The myths and realities of capturing clinical trial data

Many researchers depend on tools such as Excel and Google Forms to capture, manage and analyse trial data. Based on the findings of a 2019 study, Excel is used by 78% of CROs to study startup processes, despite 60% believing that the use of spreadsheets and manual processes should be reduced. There are a number of factors that are pushing the decision not to switch to electronic data capture (EDC) solutions, such as it is perceived as harder to use or it is less secure, but these are myths.

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YFORM builder exemples

eMEDICS.org (YFORM) could now implement any form using the YFORM WP fluent form builder.

Here are some examples:

Intuitive & Easy To Use Form Builder

The experience of creating an online form has never been so fluent. The intuitive design of WP Fluent Forms puts all the tools right where you need them!

Pre-built Form Templates

WP Fluent Forms offers 3 form templates that are already designed for you, so that you don’t have to plan, design and create a form from scratch. Most used forms like Contact Form, Support Form and Event Registration Form are ready to use for you, anytime!

All The Input Fields You Need

WP Fluent Forms comes with all the possible input fields you might need to create a form. From Simple Name input fields to Customisable Text fields and Checkboxes, Repeat Fields or Custom HTML- everything is within your hand’s reach, waiting to be deployed!

Multi-column Form Layout

Don’t make your audience go through long scary forms when you have the options to arrange them in a smart way. Deploy your input fields in two or three columns whenever necessary, and give them a more compact and professional look.

100% Responsive

Don’t worry about your forms breaking up awkwardly in different devices with different screen ratios. Online forms created with WP Fluent Forms are by default compatible for devices with all kinds of screen sizes, including- Smartphones, Tablet PCs, Desktops etc.

Conditional Logics

Why irritate your users with unnecessary fields that they do not need? Use WP Fluent Forms’ Conditional Logic feature to make your forms more efficient and user-friendly. Show and hide specific fields according to users’ behaviour so that they do not have to be bothered with unnecessary fields they do not need to fill up. You can show and hide entire sections or steps (in step forms) if you need using WP Fluent Forms’ Conditional Logic. Whereas, in most of the Form Plugins available, this Conditional Logic is a Premium Feature. But in WP Fluent Forms, you can enjoy this feature in our free version! So, why wait to smarten up?

File & Image Upload

Taking in Files and Images from users and subscribers has never been easier. Just create a form with WP Fluent Form and integrate our File Submission Field or Image Submission Field just by Dragging and Dropping. All the submitted files be will automatically stored in your WordPress admin panel! You can view those files from WP Fluent Form’s “Entries” section. Not only that, we also enable you to save your server from running out of space due to heavy submission of files and images. While creating a form using WP Fluent Form, you can easily set the limit of files a user can upload and what the maximum size of an uploaded file/image might be. Download WP Fluent Form Pro to avail this feature!

Step Forms

Need to roll out a form to your audience that is long and requires a gazillion input fields to be filled up? Usually, such forms are scary for users and people tend to avoid these forms. But not if you smarten up and handle these situations nicely. WIth the Step Form feature that WP Fluent Form offers, you can easily sort your input fields in a smart way. This feature enables you to fragment your input fields in separate “pages” that your users fill up one by one. Organizing your input fields in such pages will make your form compact, smarter; and help reduce exit rate. To be honest, you want your website to be user-friendly, and so do we. Don’t wait up. Download WP Fluent Form now and try out this amazing feature!

Block Spams & Blank Entries

It is safe to say that online forms were once way too much vulnerable to spamming. But not anymore! Along with spammers, the good guys have evolved over time and various anti-spamming tools are already in action as we browse the internet everyday. That’s why, WP Fluent Form comes with the state-of-the-art anti-spamming tool reCAPTCHA and promises to keep on upgrading and adding more anti-spamming tools as soon as they roll out. And not only bots, keep your forms safe from annoying real humans as well! Just use the “Empty Submission Blocking” feature, so that the blank submission forms can be thwarted even before they enter your entries list and bother you with unnecessary hassles.

Form Scheduling & Restricted Form Submission

Now and then, often you might need to restrict the form submission only to a certain amount of users or for a certain amount of time. Suppose, you are taking in registration applications for a limited time exclusive webinar for just 100 people. In that case, you definitely need to make sure that no more than 100 people register for the program, and that too within a certain period of time. With WP Fluent Form’s Form Scheduling feature, you can set the time from when the form submission opens for your users, if your users need to be logged in to fill up the form, what welcome/countdown message needs to be shown prior to the form activation period, and what message to show once the activation date expires. Similarly, you can also limit the number of users that can fill up the form daily, weekly, monthly, or in total. And all of these can be set up in just a couple of minutes!

Form Notification & Confirmation

Whenever someone fills up a form, you and your team can be notified real time, if you want to. Not only that, you can also send you new user a welcome/confirmation message and customize them! And setting up the process is real simple. From real life experience, we have observed that exhibiting a simple success message to your users is oftentimes not enough and can be considered a bad user experience. That is why you might need to send your users a follow-up email confirming them of their form submission. This email can be detailed and you can customize this emails very easily while setting up. Along with that, if you and your team members (say, admins of your website) needs to be notified every time someone submits a form, that can be arranged as well! And those notification emails can be detailed and exactly to the point as you need. With WP Fluent Form, communicating with your users have never been easier!

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e-Health Social Network (eHSN)

Create your Social ID and Login

Start your Micro2media.com – eHealth Social Network (eHSN) experience by creating a Social ID. Once created you can login in and start using Micro2media.com – Health Social Network with your friends.

Start by creating a Post using a unique #Hashtag

Create a #title for your post using a unique #hashtag. Users can search, view or save posts keeping track of all the content being published to it in one place.

Share your Posts and Engage Audience

Each post is given a unique url link for direct access to your created feed. Share your live posts to your connected social media accounts and let your audience know what you have created.

JOIN THE MOVEMENT

Create your account to join the awesome network and connect with friends.

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eMKT – Our healthy marketplace is now ready!

Micro2media.com has just completed its homecare marketplace platform eMKT  and invites medical professionals such as RAI evaluators or specialized nurses to register on Micro2media.com to offer their services at home.
Several organizations have showed interests using this platform if the number of registered resources is sufficient.
Housekeepers can also register for housekeeping and meal services. Registration is completely free. Service providers can indicate their availability and their hourly rate in order to receive the right requests.
The Micro2media.com social network, eHSN (e-Health Social Network) is being finalized. The eMKT platform should be able to integrate with eHSN but also with coreERP, software used by medical organizations, to bring these organizations closer to the medical professionals and patients.

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Swiss spend the most on health care

Swiss spend the most on health care

The Swiss spend more from their own pockets for health care than any other nation, according to a survey for the price comparison website Comparis. Providers of supplementary health insurance are the biggest beneficiaries.

The Comparis survey found that out of CHF80 billion (USD 82 billion) health expenditure in 2016, the Swiss paid CHF24 billion themselves.

Since 2012, expenditure covered directly by households has continued to rise, it says. This includes CHF5.5 billion for retirement home care, CHF2.8 billion in dentists’ bills and 1.6 billion for medicines.

Whereas insurance companies’ revenue from supplementary healthcare premiums has continued to rise, pay-outs under supplementary schemes have risen only moderately. Between 2008 and 2016, revenue from premiums rose by CHF865 million to CHF6.6 billion, whereas health cost reimbursements to clients rose only CHF353 million to CHF4.7 billion, the survey found. The sector therefore made a healthy profit.

Basic health insurance is mandatory in Switzerland. Private companies must all offer the same basic coverage and are not allowed to make a profit on it. Their profits come from the supplementary schemes.

+Read more about health insurance in Switzerland

Economist Pius Gyger, the author of the Comparis report, says the needs of the population go well beyond basic health care coverage, and a high number of Swiss are prepared to pay for supplementary schemes.

But Comparis health insurance expert Felix Schneuwly says insurers need to be innovative, otherwise they may start to lose this lucrative market.

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Switzerland Telemedicine Market is Expected to Reach Over CHF 500 Million by 2022: Research Forecast

Switzerland Telemedicine Market is Expected to Reach Over CHF 500 Million by 2022: Research Forecast

Telemedicine services will be more reliant on cloud-based compared to the web-based as the data or details of every patient is stored on the cloud while treatment. Artificial intelligence will be the future trend in the Tele-Medicine. There will also be more emphasis placed on the use of connected devices which can be continuously monitored at Tele-Medicine Center and required action can be taken. There is a scope that virtual hospitals might come into the picture which will be a central hub and where the patients could be treated via telemedicine.

Companies will enhance their services in order to compete in the market. Medgate will develop more follow-up services for stroke and epilepsy in coming years. Clinical robots are expected to be popular technology in the telemedicine market in future as they will help the specialists to visit their patients regardless of the location. Moreover, the specialists will be able to connect with the patient and X-ray or laboratory reports simultaneously. Personalized telemedicine applications can be made in future for both the patient and the doctor, which will be customized according to the requirements of the customers. Moreover, there will be better integration of EHR software

Radiology has been used effectively in the telemedicine market and fields such as dermatology, mental health and stroke care are also being used heavily. In future, other fields might explore telemedicine further such as psychiatry, neurology and others. Moreover, psychological ailments will become a big challenge for Swiss healthcare which will further increase the demand for tele-psychology.

Analysts at Research Forecast in their latest publication Switzerland Telemedicine Market Forecast to 2022 – By Service Platform (Tele Home & M-Health and Tele Hospital), by Technology Platform (Software and Hardware) and by Clinical Applications (Tele Consultation, Tele Dermatology, Tele Pathology, Tele Neurology and Others) believe that promoting better regulations, providing access to patient’s long term medical records, partnering with universities and corporates offices will aid the telemedicine market.

Switzerland Telemedicine market is expected to register positive CAGR of around 12.4% during the period 2018-2022 in terms of revenue. Providing better data security and adopting different marketing techniques to creating awareness is expected to have positive impact on the overall telemedicine market.

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eMEDICS.org is pleased to announce IT consultancy work with WHO

eMEDICS.org, a YFORM Ltd company, is pleased to announce IT consultancy work with WHO, the World Health Organization. This is part of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC). eMEDICS.org will be involved in a pilot project in seven countries to measure compliance with smoke-free legislation and bans on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship (TAPS), using mobile technology. The use of conventional and crowd sourcing surveys will be deployed to conduct the surveys using a special Mobile App that has been developed for the project enabling offline capabilities. Building capacity of implementing agencies and training data collectors on data collection, data monitoring and preliminary analyses are the keys deliverables of that project.

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Feb 2018 update – coreERP v1.7 available for Swiss home-care organizations and is GDPR compliant!

eMEDICS.org coreERP v1.7 turnkey solution has been successfully completed for the Swiss market. The EMR (Electronic Medical Record / Medical requests) and RAI evaluation processes (RAI MDS and Household assessments) are now fully functional. When the medical staff assess RAI MDS evaluations, performance scales (ADL, IADL, CPS and DRS) as well as the GAD alarms, are automatically generated (on the fly). This helps streamline the decision making. Mental Health PHQ-9 / GAD-07 is being implemented and shall be available in the coming weeks.

We invite Swiss home-care organizations to contact us at admin@emedics.org or +41 75 416 4140 to participate to our pilot projects.  Your organization would take advantage of a substantial gain of productivity in your day to day business (ex: use of Electronic Patient record, fill-in RAI evaluations online, document generation on the fly, such as OPAS…). In exchange, free licenses and support will be provided by eMEDICS.org team in order to meet your expectations and business needs.
coreERP solution is now responsive using the same code for mobile and web, reducing by half any development cost. The solution could also be used in the field while we’re still adjusting the offline capabilities. It has been optimized to run on any type of IT infrastructure. Our framework is open-source which makes our first class solution available to large but also small to medium home-care organizations. Our solution combines quality and competitive pricing over time with a drastic cut in maintenance and operations.

1) Pilots and projects updates:

  • We’re already in discussion with a couple of home-care organizations to start pilot projects.
  • We’re also meeting AVASAD this month, to discuss a potential collaboration.
  • At this stage, we only invite Swiss home-care organizations that are interested by such a solution to contact us for free demos and licenses.
  • The generic international InterRAI solution is scheduled to be supported by Q4 2018. European and North American home-care organizations could still contact us to book a demo and reserve free coreERP licenses.

2) Infrastructure update:

  • coreERP has been tested on shared hosted environments such as InfoManiak and the solution works perfectly fine. This is a huge achievement, allowing small/medium/large home-care associations to significantly reduce their infrastructure expenses and operational costs.
  • InfoManiak infrastructure platform provides a state-of-the-art back-up solution: your data is backed-up daily on a second data center and previous versions could be restored in one click. This is crucial especially when dealing with high sensitive patient data information.
  • It is now GDPR compliant (European General Data Protection Regulation) which makes it the best choice to host our Health oriented software for European organizations.
  • coreERP is also being tested in other countries (OVH and HostGator) and on-premise (LAMPP and WAMPP servers).

3) eMEDICS.org Process automation update:

  • OPAS computations are fully functional providing the LiMA and OPAS estimates on the fly.
  • Approbation workflows are ongoing and should be ready in the coming weeks.
  • The advanced business process automation based on RAI assessments, has been refined and is functional. An updated version including end-to-end automation (from the assessment or the medical request to invoicing) shall be available by Q2, 2018.

4) Other updates:

  • Multilingual module is now available and any language could be supported by filling-in a single source file. coreERP could handle any new language in a week.
  • Activity reports and time sheets are 50% completed.
  • As planning of the visits may require extensive computation, we’ve decided to incorporate coreERP with existing solutions instead of implementing the whole solution ourselves. Several partnerships are currently being discussed.
  • eMEDICS.org Health Care Network (EHC Network): our EHC Network implementation is progressing and will be opened to all physicians, clinics, pharmacies, Home care organizations, hospitals and insurance companies  (with the preservation of medical data of patients), and patients themselves, facilitating the exchange of medical information by Q4 2019. A catalog of forms will be available to medical organizations, which will allow them to set better diagnosis and share data with the patients (patients could also provide health measurements over time).
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February 18, 2018 / Posted by / Feb 2018 update – coreERP v1.7 available for Swiss home-care organizations and is GDPR compliant!