Technology for Health

InterComponentWare AG (ICW) is a leading supplier of software for the healthcare IT market. ICW develops solutions for IT-based collaboration among healthcare professionals and their patients. ICW is your trusted partner for solutions that involve patients in their treatment plans and that securely exchange data across enterprises. ICW's clients operate successfully in many international markets and benefit from its expertise in implementing innovative trends and addressing current and future challenges in healthcare.

The internationally experienced team of around 60 employees successfully develops eHealth solutions for secure cross-enterprise information exchange in healthcare. Based on almost 20 years of experience, ICW eHealth Suite - powerful, connected Modules that form tailor-made solutions for the valued customers and partners - has been created. The solutions can easily be extended with additional Modules and value-adding services. This approach enables the customers, partners, and users to experience solutions that perfectly match their needs.

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About ICW InterComponentWare AG
ICW is a leading, internationally operating supplier of software for the healthcare IT market. We improve the IT-based collaboration among healthcare professionals and their patients, as well as the secure exchange and processing of healthcare data across enterprises - always pushing towards our goal to improve the security and efficacy of managing health related information about and for patients.

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