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Sep 27, 2023 10:31 EEST
September 27 (SeeNews) - Albanian IT services provider Infosoft Systems signed a 199.7 million leks ($1.98 million/1.88 million euro) contract with the Albanian authority of information and technology, AKSHI, for the maintenance of the electronic prescription system used by the mandatory health insurance fund, AKSHI said.
The contract envisages maintenance of the electronic prescription software and its existing hardware components over a two-year period, AKSHI said in a contract notice on the country’s public procurement portal earlier this week.
According to AKSHI, the electronic prescription system is used to record doctor’s prescriptions and facilitate reimbursement through electronic processing, replacing the need for paper-based prescriptions.
Infosoft won the tender in a price-based competition, tender documents published earlier show.
Infosoft Systems, founded in 1995, specialises in import, export, trading, design, development, and maintenance of various IT systems and technologies, according to its profile in the business register. The company said earlier it had recorded an after-tax profit of 514 million leks in 2022.
(1 euro = 106.244 Albanian leks)
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