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April 29, 2014 11:16 AM

Medfusion seeks to sign up Allscripts customers

Medfusion has terminated its partnership with medical software company Allscripts over a payment dispute, putting a major chunk of the Cary company’s business in play. But Medfusion CEO Steve Malik said the company is confident it can sign up the bulk of the 30,000 doctors.

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