Dell announces an ‘open platform’ for digital health: a global digital platform for medical records

The company announced a new digital platform to help doctors and health care workers collaborate and share their medical data online.

The platform, called DMD, will allow doctors and other health care providers to securely share medical records and data, including health care-related medical data, with one another, on the Dell Health Cloud, a cloud-based health care data platform that Dell has been working on since 2015.

Dell’s DMD is designed for the medical data that is most frequently needed by doctors, hospitals and other organizations.

The Dell Health Platform will also offer a suite of tools for data science, data management and data visualization to help physicians and health workers better understand how and why they are managing health care.

The company’s vision is to make the digital health care experience even more seamless, and to give healthcare providers access to this information for more efficient, cost-effective and personalized health care, according to Dell CEO Michael Dell.

“We’ve seen that with the Internet of Things, there are new opportunities for medical data to be shared.

With the advent of the Internet and the availability of cloud computing, doctors, health care professionals and patients can now securely share and access their medical records with one and the same, providing a secure, secure, data-driven way to connect,” Dell said.

“Our goal is to deliver the same experience that patients have on the Web.

With this platform, patients and health providers can securely share information about their health care from a variety of devices including smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, desktop PCs, wearables, home appliances and even medical devices like heart monitors.”

Dell’s new platform will be available as a cloud service, and will also work with the company’s existing medical data and data management platform, the Dell Precision Health Platform.

Dell is already working with health care systems to offer the platform to health care practitioners and others to collaborate, Dell said, but it will be more widely available in the coming years.

For Dell, the health data will help doctors more easily collaborate with patients.

“With this new platform, physicians can collaborate with their patients on a daily basis, making health care delivery more efficient and cost-efficient,” Dell added.

“Physicians can make more informed decisions about their patients, whether it is how many prescriptions they can give each day, how much of their medication they need or the medications they need to avoid side effects.”

Health care professionals will be able to share data in a way that is easy to understand, and Dell will work with organizations to integrate the data with other data sources, including healthcare software, to make this happen, Dell noted.

The new platform is expected to be released in the second half of 2020.

The healthcare industry has been heavily investing in health information and analytics in recent years.

Dell will help to accelerate this development, according the company.

Dell also announced new partnerships with a number of other healthcare companies, including Anthem, Sanofi, Covid-19 vaccine maker Novartis and biotech firm Cephalon.

Dell plans to continue to develop and expand its partnerships with these and other healthcare groups, Dell stated.

The technology will help physicians, health workers and other providers to better understand the ways they can better manage their health, Dell added, and make more timely decisions.