Alibaba Software company to provide medical software to healthcare providers
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Software company Alibaba announced Monday it will be partnering with Medtronic to provide healthcare providers with software for their electronic health records.
The move is aimed at improving collaboration between the healthcare industry and the pharmaceutical industry.
The company will begin using Medtric’s proprietary technology for its data-management and sharing platform for healthcare providers.
Alibaba will use the Medtronix Platform for its new healthcare platform.
Medtronics will provide the technology for the platform.
Alibaba is using the Medtrix platform to manage its data, according to a statement from Alibaba.
AltaCorp, which operates the online marketplace Alibaba, is a major buyer of healthcare software.
In addition to Alibaba, it owns the online platform Alibaba Cloud and the Medtech platform.
AltaCorp will use Medtracs platform to create the medical technology, said a statement.
Alphabet, which owns Google, has recently begun offering medical software and services.
Alpacas new software will be free to use and offer the ability to create medical records.
The technology will also provide physicians with the tools to perform certain tasks that require patient care.
The company said in a statement that the partnership is focused on increasing the speed and ease of data management for healthcare.
Software company Alibaba announced Monday it will be partnering with Medtronic to provide healthcare providers with software for their electronic…
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