SPOTLIGHT: HealthVault expands to Canada with exclusive partnership

Canadian telecommunications firm Telus has signed an exclusive deal with Microsoft to market the HealthVault platform in Canada, marking the first expansion of HealthVault outside the U.S. Telus is licensing HealthVault and will brand it in Canada as "Telus Health Space, powered by Microsoft HealthVault." The Toronto-based telecom says that it will develop a consumer-focused service to include chronic disease management, pediatric care and wellness products, and will market Telus Health Space to organizations such as governments, health regions, hospitals, insurers and employers, but apparently not to consumers directly. Article

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