Everyone wants a piece of the Health IT pie; from Google to Microsoft, and Intel to Oracle, all are pushing for the largest piece of the growing Health IT market. Most recently, Microsoft has made plans to acquire Sentillion, a privately held health care IT company that provides software applications for caregivers and physicians.

Microsoft plans to invest in Sentillion’s technologies, which includes Vergence, a clinical workstation platform that streamlines caregivers’ access to applications and patient data, and Tap & Go and Tap2, which provide immediate access to clinical applications with the “tap of a passive proximity badge,” according to the company’s Website.

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