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  1. Microsoft Amalga - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azyxxi

    Microsoft Amalga Unified Intelligence System (formerly known as Azyxxi) is a unified health enterprise platform designed to retrieve and display patient information ...

  2. Microsoft Expands Presence in Healthcare IT Industry With ...

    news.microsoft.com/2006/07/26/microsoft...industry...software-azyxxi

    Jul 26, 2006 · WASHINGTON — July 26, 2006 — Microsoft Corp. today announced that it has agreed to acquire the health intelligence software Azyxxi™ and to forge a ...

  3. Microsoft Azyxxi One Year Later; 21 hospitals and counting ...

    blogs.msdn.com › HealthBlog

    Aug 30, 2007 · A little more than a year ago, I introduced HealthBlog readers to Azyxxi, Microsoft's unified health enterprise platform solution. I also recorded an audio ...

  4. Azyxxi | CrunchBase

    www.crunchbase.com/organization/azyxxi

    Azyxxi (now Microsoft Amalga) is a unified health enterprise platform designed to consolidate health records and information online.

  5. download.microsoft.com/.../Azyxxi_Brochure.pdf

    Users across your organization will use Azyxxi to help solve some of their biggest challenges. For example: A Cardiologist can customize a view to show patient labs,

  6. Moffitt Selects Microsoft’s Azyxxi to Help Drive ...

    news.microsoft.com/2007/09/20/moffitt-selects-microsofts-azyxxi-to...

    Sep 20, 2007 · Moffitt Selects Microsoft’s Azyxxi to Help Drive Personalized Cancer Treatment. ... Azyxxi will be used to assimilate large quantities of diverse data, ...

  7. Microsoft and Azyxxi: What does it mean to our industry ...

    blogs.msdn.com › HealthBlog

    Jul 26, 2006 · So what does the announcement of Microsoft's acquisition of Azyxxi mean to the healthcare industry? In my opinion, it is an important first step in a ...

  8. Microsoft Renames Its Enterprise Health Care Software ...

    www.informationweek.com/microsoft-renames...software-/d/d-id/1064596

    The new Amalga brand replaces Azyxxi and Hospital 2000 as the company's vertical strategy to unify clinical, operational, and financial functions in health care.

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