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Walmart buys tech from Carezone to help people manage their prescriptions

Walmart acquires intellectual property and technology from medication management startup CareZone for $200 million.

Augmedics Employees Lead $15 Million Series B Financing to Secure and Successfully Launch Company Amid COVID-19 Crisis

Augmedics will use a new $15 million investment to further scale its augmented reality system, which allows surgeons to visualize 3D spinal anatomy and track instruments and implants while looking directly at the patient.

Microsoft 365: 1.2 million workers to get tools including Teams in this ‘landmark’ software deal

In an effort to improve security and connectivity between its users, England’s NHS will implement Microsoft 365 across its hospital trusts and data teams.

Kalderos Secures $28 Million in Series B Funding to Disrupt Business as Usual in the U.S. Healthcare System

Drug discount management software vendor Kalderos raises $28 million.

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