Join hc1 and Becker’s Healthcare at the Precision Health Virtual Summit November 17-18. 

By Sarah Virgil

Indianapolis-based, which makes software that helps health care organizations interpret data to personalize care and control costs, said it thinks it has a solution that will help major U.S. colleges and universities control coronavirus outbreaks on campus.

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