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Verily And iRhythm Agree To Collaborate On Atrial Fibrillation

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Verily Life Sciences and iRhythm Technologies have agreed to co-develop technology for screening, diagnosing and managing patients with atrial fibrillation, combining iRhythm’s artificial intelligence system for diagnosing arrhythmias with Verily’s health data analytics technology.

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