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A publicly-traded company primarily offering a web portal. Originally a search engine in the 1990s and early 2000s, Google expanded to online messaging, e-mail services, web video, mobile phones and so forth. Google monetizes its operations primarily through advertisements. It was founded in 1998. See also: Yahoo.
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Our partnership with IBM will help both providers and users gain access to their device data in a highly simplified and automated fashion," Sameer Samat, director for Google Health, said.
Google Health emerged just as the smoke began to clear from Microsoft's launch of its own HealthVault PHR platform last fall.
The specifics have not yet been worked out, but the idea is that Google Health users searching for doctors or clinics would obtain a listing of the top 10 appropriate practitioners locally.
Forms created with collaboration from an organization specializing in elder care are available free for download online and can be customized to the laws in US states, according to Roni Zeiger and Julie Wilner of the Google Health team.
lt;p>Yang points to Google Health as an example.
Part of the growing Personal Health Record/Personal Health System market, both Dossia and Google (through its Google Health team), are focused on creating richer consumer healthcare experiences using tools and applications that allow secure information storage and retrieval.
Google Health can automatically import physician reports, prescription history, and lab results.
Both technologies are just out of the starting gate, though HealthVault officially launched six months prior to Google Health (which launched publicly May 19 after pilot testing at Cleveland Clinic).
Hours before Google's press conference, several EMR/Practice Management software vendors had already announced agreements to interface their technology with Google Health, which created a stir that became fervor and, ultimately, the talk of the show.
47 Competitors 47 Microsoft HealthVault 47 Discontinuing Google Health 47 Military battlefield awareness 48 Security and surveillance 48 FUTURE RESEARCH 49 Secure systems 49 Embedded Operating Systems 49 Groups Management 50 Lightweight Signal Processing 50 High-Data-Rate Sensors 51 THE FUTURE OF RFID AND M2M 51 2012 AND BEYOND 51 Growth Factors of M2M from 2011 and Beyond 52 Telecommunication 52 M2M Wireless and Consumer Products 53 Asset Tracking and other M2M RFID Applications 54
The products, Google Health and Google PowerMeter, will both be gone by next year.