Google, Team collaborates with Google on personal health records

March 18, 2008

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LOS ANGELES --, Inc. ("MMR"), a leading provider of Web-based Personal Health Records ("PHRs"), announced that it will be integrating with the Google Health platform, which is expected to be launched later this year.

Google's CEO, Eric Schmidt, previewed Google Health at the annual conference of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) held last month. The company also announced that it is testing the Google Health product in a pilot program with the Cleveland Clinic. is collaborating with Google Health to build a two-way interface that will enable users of Google Health to transfer information from their Google Health account into an MMR account and vice versa.

MMR is a highly-secure, easy-to-use, and comprehensive personal health record (PHR) that uses proprietary, patent-pending technology to give patients and healthcare providers the ability to upload images, such as x-rays, CT scans, and MRIs, fax medical records and other important documents, and to have doctors' notes dictated into an account. The information is then accessible from any Internet-connected computer anywhere in the world with no special hardware or software. An Emergency Login feature enables an Emergency Medical Provider to access important information in the event of a medical emergency.

"Once launched to the public, we believe Google Health will enable healthcare providers and patients to share vital information," said Robert H. Lorsch, CEO of "We are excited to have the opportunity to integrate with Google Health and look forward to individuals using in conjunction with all the features and benefits of Google Health."


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