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IBM Watson Health invests $50mn in research collaborations to advance use of AI in healthcare

NEW DELHI, Feb. 19 -- IBM Watson Health plans to invest $50mn in research collaborations with two academic organisations as part of a 10-year plan to advance the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in... Read More


Johnson & Johnson to buy surgical robotics firm Auris Health for $3.4bn

NEW DELHI, Feb. 13 -- Johnson & Johnson (J&J) has pushed further into the robotics market after acquiring surgical robotics company Auris Health Inc. for around US$3.4bn. The multi-billion-dollar deal... Read More


Walgreens partners with Microsoft to digitally disrupt health care delivery

NEW DELHI, Jan. 17 -- Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) has inked a seven-year deal with Microsoft Corp. to build new healthcare solutions, improve health outcomes and lower the cost of care. As part of ... Read More


Privileged access management: the cyber priority for the healthcare sector

U.S., Dec. 30 -- The news has recently been full of stories documenting the rise of technology in the NHS: from the role of artificial intelligence in treating Parkinson's disease, to Matt Hancock's c... Read More


Employers: The gatekeepers to changing healthcare in 2019

U.S., Dec. 29 -- Open enrollment in 2019 marked an uncertain time for healthcare consumers across the US. Due to recent federal decisions, premiums for individual health insurance plans are more in fl... Read More


Leveraging analytics to evaluate trends and outliers in Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)

U.S., Dec. 28 -- The 999-emergency service was first introduced in the 1930s. The last nine decades have seen the service expand from handling more than 1,000 calls in its first week of operation in L... Read More


Healthcare predictions: 2019

U.S., Dec. 27 -- As 2018 witnessed unexpected mergers and partnerships, robust digital health innovations and continued policy shifts in the healthcare sector, at Elsevier, we think 2019 will bring ab... Read More