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- Date: Fri, 22 Feb 2008 19:51:20 EST
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By a happy coincidence, the next message in my mailbox after Jo Esposito's booby-trap comment about regulating Google as a public utility was the following message about the expansion of Google Health into the storage of individual health records. One useful by-product of people's being able to put their health records on Google's servers is that it would flag up a proportion of those who are truly bonkers. Tony McSean +44 7946 291780 -----Original Message----- From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:MEDLIB-L@LIST.UVM.EDU] On Behalf Of Beth Transue Sent: 22 February 2008 01:19 To: MEDLIB-L@LIST.UVM.EDU Subject: Google starts program to store health records Google is now getting into the business or storing personal health records. They are starting with a pilot program at the Cleveland Clinic. http://www.news.com/8301-10784_3-9875967-7.htm Beth M. Transue Librarian/Collection Development Coordinator Messiah College email@example.com Facebook http://www.messiah.edu/murraylibrary/ One Grantham Ave, PO Box 3002, Grantham, PA 17027
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