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Microsoft Amalga UIS 2009 Monitoring Management Pack

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Microsoft, GE team up in health care venture

General Electric, a giant in clinical settings, has turned out to be a key partner for Wintel's health care ambitions.

By December 8, 2011


Microsoft offers transfer tool to Google Health users

Rather than shuttering its online medical records service like its rival, Microsoft creates a tool to let Google Health users move their data securely to its HealthVault.

By July 18, 2011


Microsoft sees a role for Kinect in health care

The software giant imagines a future where its motion-sensing game controller can help patients get care and surgeons leaf through medical records.

By June 23, 2011


Microsoft software to let patients see medical records

New HealthVault Community Connect will allow you to view your own medical records, lab tests, and prescriptions, and preregister for hospital appointments.

By March 1, 2010


Microsoft to buy Sentillion for health care software

The goal is to offer integrated technology that can help health care providers more easily access patient data from across multiple sources.

By December 10, 2009


Microsoft launching health tech video show

Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu is among the guests in the first episode of the Web video show, which debuts next week.

By November 6, 2009


Microsoft buys Merck unit in life sciences push

The software maker said on Monday it is buying a unit of drug giant Merck to help its Amalga Life Sciences product.

By June 1, 2009


Microsoft, Google in healthy competition

The rivals extend their tech battle into Web-based personal health records, an area in which they are both upstarts.

May 18, 2009


N.Y. hospital taps Microsoft to digitize records

NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital will use the software maker's technology to help make health records electronically available to patients.

By April 5, 2009


Microsoft still learning name game

Software maker drops the Azyxxi mouthful, but its replacement--Amalga--draws mixed reactions, at least in the CNET News.com newsroom.

By February 13, 2008