Friday, February 22, 2008

The Google PHR

The Google PHR . "Many innovators in the healthcare industry have worked hard to make results of doctor visits, prescriptions, tests and procedures available digitally. By using the GData protocol already offered in many Google products, and supporting standards-based medical information formats like the Continuity of Care Record (CCR), our health efforts will help you access, store and communicate your health information. Above all, health data will remain yours -- private and confidential. Only you have control over when to share it with family members and health providers.

This week, we hit another important milestone. We launched a pilot with a medical institution committed to giving patients access to their own medical records: The Cleveland Clinic. A large academic medical center, Cleveland is one of the first partners to integrate on our platform. Because of their size and reach with patients who already have access to their medical records online, Cleveland has been a great partner for us to test out our data sharing model. Patients participating in the Cleveland pilot give authorization via our AuthSub interface to have their electronic medical records safely and securely imported into a Google account. It's great to see our product getting into the hands of end users. "

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:38 PM

    There are many different sides to PHR's from full storage of records to emergency health records. Finding the right mix of these services are the key. I use a service that I feel has given me both. It is simple to use and seems to be getting known in the industry. What I use as my PHR is Maybe something Google should partner with. I don't thing AMR would mine one bit.


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