Thursday, February 21, 2008

Google Health Begins Its Preseason at Cleveland Clinic - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog

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For 18 months, Google has been working to come up with a product offering and a strategy in the promising field of consumer health information. Until now, the search giant hasn’t had anything to show for its labors other than bumps along the way — delays and a management change.

But on Thursday, Google’s technology for personal health records, which is still in development, is getting a big endorsement from the Cleveland Clinic. The big medical center is beginning a pilot project to link the health information for some of its patients with Google personal health records.

Google Health Begins Its Preseason at Cleveland Clinic - Bits - Technology - New York Times Blog

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