Microsoft brings HealthVault to the UK

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Microsoft brings HealthVault to the UK

Kayleigh Bateman, Site Editor

The Daily Data Centre

Microsoft brings HealthVault to the UK
Microsoft has decided to launch its cloud-based health organiser platform HealthVault in the UK. The launch comes nearly three years after the software giant unveiled the platform in the U.S., back in October 2007. The platform enables organisations to develop applications that allow individuals to monitor certain aspects of their physiological performance. The information provided is based on user-supplied data, such as body mass index, blood pressure and heart rate. In the UK, Microsoft has already worked with Nuffield Health on applications.

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Kayleigh Bateman is the Site Editor of SearchVirtualDataCentre.co.uk.


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