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AllscriptsMisys (NASDAQ: MDRX) uses innovation technology to “bring health to health care.” Formed by the merger of Chicago-based Allscripts and Raleigh-based Misys Healthcare, the newly integrated company is one of the nation’s largest providers of healthcare information technology. Its world-class software, services, information and connectivity solutions are consistently ranked No. 1 in their classes. The company was among Fortune magazine’s “Top 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in America” two years in a row.

More than 700 hospitals and 7000 post-acute and home-care agencies — and 150,000 physicians— turn to Allscripts to Connect to Health TM — improving quality, eliminating errors and reducing cost.

AllscriptsMisys offers exciting new career opportunities in various locations throughout the U.S. The company is currently seeking talented, bright and hard-working individuals to hire.

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