Hospitals in London are beginning to adopt a cloud-based clinical service that helps exchange information for end-of-life care.

The hospitals are part of a wide range of caregivers able to access records and data in the system, part of a clinical service called Coordinate My Care (CMC), a service of the country’s National Health Service, which is using the cloud to improve end-of-life care for patients and to help save money at the same time.

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