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MedSeek lands U.S. Navy deal

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Solvang, Calif.--Web site development company MedSeek Inc. said Friday that it has signed an agreement with United States Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery (Bumed). The deal calls for MedSeek software to be used on Bumed, one of the largest single health care systems, supporting more than 3.3 million people. MedSeek will provide its SiteMaker brand of content management software to the U.S. Navy site. Bumed said it will use SiteMaker to extend information services via the Web to patients. U.S. Navy deputy director of e-business services Lieutenant Michael Whitecar said the goal is to provide patients with a Web site as easy to use as consumer search engine Yahoo!.
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