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MedStar Health inks five-year IT capabilities deal with Kyndryl

Kyndryl and MedStar Health have inked a five-year deal, under which Kyndryl will provide mission critical IT capabilities across the MedStar Health system.

Under this new agreement, MedStar Health will use Kyndryl Bridge to integrate artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) and automation capabilities, according to the companies.

Kyndryl will deliver and support evolving IT capabilities via a built-for-purpose dedicated command center. MedStar Health will also tap into Kyndryl Consult and its global strategic partnership with Microsoft, to migrate critical workloads.

Additionally, Kyndryl will provide ongoing healthcare technology services, including specialized clinical and IT service desks, infrastructure support, onsite technical support, network, and security services.

[Image courtesy: MedStar]

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