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IBM is creating a smarter, more connected healthcare system that delivers better care with fewer mistakes, predicts and prevents diseases, and empowers people to make better choices.  This includes integrating data so doctors, patients and insurers can share information seamlessly and efficiently. IBM also helps clients apply advanced analytics to improve medical research, diagnosis and treatment in order to improve patient care and help reduce healthcare costs.

News releases
Date Title
27 Jun 2011 IBM Study Identifies New Generation of Connected Health Devices
26 May 2011 IBM Expands Health Analytics Solution Center to Address Explosive Growth of Medical Information
03 May 2011 Harvard Medical School Faculty Advances Drug Safety Research With IBM Business Analytics
07 Apr 2011 IBM's MRSA Infection-Fighting Nanotechnology Caps Century of Healthcare Innovation
04 Apr 2011 IBM and The Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology Find Breakthrough for MRSA Treatment
14 Mar 2011 IBM Delivers Initial Phase of Canada's First Province-Wide Electronic Health Record System
04 Mar 2011 IBM Business Analytics Software Helps BJC Healthcare and Washington University Improve Healthcare Through Better Research
03 Mar 2011 Made in IBM Labs: IBM Reinvents the Patient Portal
22 Feb 2011 UNC Health Care and IBM Announce Nation’s Latest Major Health Information Exchange
17 Feb 2011 IBM to Collaborate with Nuance to Apply IBM’s "Watson" Analytics Technology to Healthcare
09 Feb 2011 IBM Business Analytics Helps Sequoia Hospital Cut Mortality Rates in Cardiac Surgery by 50 Percent
11 Jan 2011 Russian Hospitals Digitize Medical Information, Improve Access to Patient Data With IBM Technology
06 Jan 2011 IBM and the Premier Healthcare Alliance to Integrate Nation's Healthcare Data to Gain Insight, Measure Performance and Improve Population Health


  • Health Information Exhchange thumbnail IBM Health Information Exchange

    Date added: 21 Feb 2011

    IBM technology and services for Health Information Exchange and patient identification already touch 80 percent of the population of North America and are relied on by more than 100 large healthcare systems, more than 40 health information exchanges and the nation’s largest retail pharmacies.

Contact(s) for the Press kit

Holli Haswell

IBM Media Relations 720-396-5484 512-680-0593 (mobile)

Maria Diecidue

IBM Media Relations 312-395-1345 312-371-9897 (mobile)