Healthwise software test engineers Molly Mouser, right, and Jack Doolittle, second from right, test software integration Wednesday at the company's Bogus Basin Road headquarters with software test engineer Shelley Houseley, left, and software engineer Erik Lawrence, second from left.
Healthwise software test engineers Molly Mouser, right, and Jack Doolittle, second from right, test software integration Wednesday at the company's Bogus Basin Road headquarters with software test engineer Shelley Houseley, left, and software engineer Erik Lawrence, second from left. kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Healthwise software test engineers Molly Mouser, right, and Jack Doolittle, second from right, test software integration Wednesday at the company's Bogus Basin Road headquarters with software test engineer Shelley Houseley, left, and software engineer Erik Lawrence, second from left. kgreen@idahostatesman.com

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