AT&T this week introduced a beta version of a service aimed at helping developers of mobile-health applications connect their software to other medical technologies and tap into data sets available to them. The carrier said its AT&T Developer Center ForHealth would streamline and reduce the cost of getting mobile-health apps to market. "This will enable developers to create mashup applications and umbrella applications," said Eleanor Chye of AT&T Business Solutions.
AT&T aims to help developers tap into mobile-health systems
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