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Alere and AT&T Team Up to Tackle Diabetes
Diabetes is a major cause of heart disease and stroke, and the leading cause of kidney failure. It's a condition that impacts nearly 26 million people in the U.S., or 8.3 percent of the population, and, if current trends continue, as many as 1 in 3 U.S. adults could have diabetes by 2050....

AT&T to Provide Global Networking Services to AstraZeneca
AT&T has been selected by AstraZeneca to provide global networking and communications services. AT&T will provide the company, a leading biopharmaceutical business, with advanced, highly-secure and flexible network-based services.  The network will support AstraZeneca employees worldwide. ...

Ohio Low-Income Diabetes Patients Find New Lifeline in Latest AT&T mHealth Technology
The Ohio Medicaid coverage available to low-income patients living with diabetes is a lifesaving resource in a state where 15 percent of the population lives in poverty. i Today, efforts to reduce diabetes complications are extending beyond the doctor’s office and into patients’ hands with a new mobile health program led by AT&T and Centene, the largest Medicaid provider in Ohio....

Frost and Sullivan Recognizes AT&T's Innovative mHealth Strategy
Technology is revolutionizing healthcare — making it more mobile, improving care outcomes for patients and lowering the cost of care. AT&T’s new set of innovative solutions for healthcare — mHealth solutions — is designed to do just that. The 2011 Frost & Sullivan Competitive Strategy Leadership Award 1 has been awarded to AT&T for its approach to mHealth, recognizing the company’s work with mobile communication devices in the remote healthcare environment and strategic collaboration as key factors in an effective strategy....

Accenture and AT&T Launch Medical Imaging Solution
Accenture (NYSE: ACN) and AT&T* have launched a new medical imaging solution that will enhance the capabilities of health professionals and radiologists to electronically share, review and store medical images, such as X-rays and CT or MRI scans, through AT&T technologies....

Mobilizing Medical Images to Help Speed Patient Diagnoses
When there is a medical emergency, the last thing patients need is for their doctor to be on call and unable to access and view their medical images. In the near future, healthcare providers will be able to access and view medical images stored remotely — from a CT to an MRI — and diagnose patients in near real-time from virtually anywhere via their compatible mobile devices.
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