IBM Makes Big Health Care Splash With J&J, Medtronic, Apple
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
IBM is partnering with some major medical technology players to use its Watson Health Cloud to aggregate medical data and use cognitive computing to provide physicians and researchers with more treatment options.
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