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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

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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

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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

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IBM to buy health care software firm

Big Blue to acquire Initiate Systems, maker of software that helps health care companies better manage and and share patient data and medical information.

By February 3, 2010

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Microsoft buys data center software firm Opalis

The acquisition of the Toronto-based software maker will bolster Microsoft's lineup of management tools, Redmond says.

By December 11, 2009

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CNET News Daily Podcast: Why AT&T might reward you for using less data

AT&T may consider incentives to entice smartphone users to reduce their demand for bandwidth. CNET reporter Maggie Reardon joins the podcast with more.

By December 10, 2009

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Sentillion snags $18 million

Sentillion said Wednesday that it has received $18 million in a third round of funding, led by Merrill Lynch Ventures. Other investors included Dresdner Kleinwort Capital, Universal Health Services, and previous investors First Consulting Group, Intersouth Partners, Newbury Ventures, Polaris Venture Partners and St. Paul Venture Capital. Andover, Mass.-based Sentillion has raised a total of $29 million. The company's software is designed for the health care industry and integrates applications on the desktop without affecting the data within those applications.

By September 5, 2001

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VC watch: Fastrax raises $5.4 million

Fastrax raises $5.4 million...Questra pursues a second round of funding...Gadzoox secures more than $7 million.

By September 7, 2001