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1) Philips to acquire Capsule Technologies for $635 million

The deal would scale Philips' patient management services for all hospital care settings

2) AliveCor sues Apple for patent infringement of ECG technology in mobile phones

AliveCor alleges that the Apple Watch Series 4 EKG app is too similar in its features to three patents

3) GE deploys software solution for monitoring COVID-19 patients

Identifies patients at risk of deterioration or who require intervention

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Philips to acquire Capsule Technologies for $635 million
The deal would scale Philips' patient management services for all hospital care settings
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