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Ingenico powers e-Health project in Germany

Wednesday 18 December 2013 | 08:51 CET | News
Payment services provider Ingenico has been selected by T-Systems and a consortium led by CompuGroup Medical, Booz & Company and KoCo Konnector, which have both been awarded the upgrade of the health insurance system project by Gematik ("telematics infrastructure"). Each consortium will develop, set up and operate a test area in Germany, in order to validate the future value-added services, such as online evaluation, update of patient data, as well as qualified electronic signature (QES). Ingenico will develop new embedded security software for its range of e-Health terminals, which will

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Ingenico / T-Systems
Countries: Germany
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