January 6, 1998
Dagran Signs Contract to Provide Integration Services Alamance Regional Medical Center
Tucson, Arizona (January 6, 1998) - Dagran, a leading information technology consulting firm focused exclusively on the healthcare industry, today announced that it has signed a contract to provide integration consulting services for Alamance Regional Medical Center (ARMC), a not-for-profit, private, community healthcare system, serving Burlington, NC, and the surrounding area with a state-of-the-art medical center.
Dagran will provide integration services including interface engine configuration, interface design, development, installation, conversion and testing utilizing the CAI TDM interface engine software. Additionally, Dagran will train ARMC's information services staff on the utilization of the CAI engine.
About Dagran
Dagran is a leading provider of information technology consulting services and solutions. Specializing in healthcare, Dagran develops innovative software that integrates and enhances healthcare systems, saving time and money while improving efficiency and outcomes. Dagran's easy-to-use tools and applications facilitate the secure access to and exchange of information between hospitals, doctors and clinicians, improving the communications and connectivity of the entire health sector. Dagran's solutions are reliable, quick, cost effective and facilitate the seamless flow of information, helping customers improve productivity, efficiency, and return on investment. Established in 1998, Dagran has over 50 clients nationally in healthcare.
Contact Information:
  Telephone: 520-886-4719  
  FAX: 520-886-8699  
  Postal address: 10025 East Stella Road  
  Tucson, AZ 95730-3139  
About Alamance Regional Medical Center
As a not-for-profit, private, community healthcare system, ARMC serves Burlington, NC, and the surrounding area with a state-of-the-art, 238-bed medical center, 81-bed nursing home, and continuing care retirement community. The health system offers a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient services to more than 140,000 patients annually. For more information,