Tag Archive: Amalga

by John Moore | December 08, 2011

Microsoft Bows Out of the Clinical Market

Today, GE and Microsoft announced a joint venture¬†(JV) that will lead to the formation of a new company (NewCo) targeting […]

by John Moore | May 03, 2011

Microsoft HSG Bets Future on Amalga

Microsoft’s Health Solutions Group (HSG), which has straddled the fence with consumer-facing (HealthVault) and corporate-facing (Amalga), is increasingly moving to […]

by John Moore | June 22, 2010

Going Stealth, MSFT Brings HealthVault to UK

Today, Microsoft, via a blog post by its UK leader John Coulthard, announced the launch of HealthVault in the United […]

by John Moore | June 07, 2010

Telus Goes with Different Model for HealthVault

Unlike the free access that one has here in the US to sign-up for and use Microsoft’s HealthVault for managing […]

by John Moore | May 17, 2010

Seattle Bound

Tomorrow, I’ll be heading to Seattle to attend Microsoft’s annual Connected Health event.¬† Last year’s event provided some useful insight’s […]

by John Moore | December 03, 2009

Microsoft’s Amalga & HealthVault Land LTC Provider

Just released this morning, Microsoft announced that it has landed Golden Living, a provider of long-term care (LTC) and like […]

by John Moore | September 26, 2008

EmTech Session on EMRs

If you have read previous posts this week, you know that I was attending MIT’s EmTech conference. Event is a […]

by John Moore | February 15, 2008

Amalga = Amalgamation

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced the release of its new product suite for the healthcare sector, Amalga. Almaga includes the […]

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