Microsoft Corp. is exiting much of its health care-specific application business by moving those products into a joint venture with GE Healthcare.

Microsoft will retain the HealthVault suite of software for health care consumers. But Microsoft's Amalga data aggregation and analytics software, as well as its single-sign-on and context management software acquired several years ago when it bought Sentillion, move to the joint venture.

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