National health records network to hook up with Google, Microsoft
Government Executive, March 31, 2008
The Office of the Coordinator of Health Information Technology plans to integrate a national network of electronic health records with healthcare databases launched by Google and Microsoft. The Office also plans to expand its Nationwide Health Information Network to include electronic health records stored in networks operated by the departments of Defense and Veterans Affairs, the Indian Health Service, and integrated healthcare systems that span numerous communities.
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