Siemens Parts With Hospital IT Business In $1.3B Sale
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Siemens said it does not want to continue to invest in a business if it can’t maintain a leadership position, selling its Health Services unit to Cerner for $1.3 billion. The firms are also inking a partnership focused on integrating health IT with medical technologies.
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