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Microsoft Corp and the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) today announced the launch of the Microsoft Health Users Group (MS-HUG) in Asia-Pacific, providing regional healthcare organisations and technology partners with access to an online forum to facilitate the development of healthcare solutions.
Kaiser Permanente and Microsoft Corp. recently announced a partnership that the two giant companies hope will push forward the effort to digitize medical records and safely transfer sensitive health data.
Google Inc has unveiled a plan to help U.S. patients gain control of their medical records and is working with doctors’ groups, pharmacies and labs to help them securely share sensitive health data.
Microsoft Corp. has announced it has signed a joint marketing agreement with SAP America Inc., a subsidiary of SAP AG, through which the companies have agreed to work together to deliver solutions that meet the unique needs of the healthcare industry.
Microsoft Corp. has announced the first results of its recent healthcare software acquisitions, the Microsoft Amalga Family of Health Enterprise Systems.