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Microsoft, Kaiser in Online Health Records Initiative

Here's one for all you health care partners out there, in case you missed it. Kaiser Permanente (as opposed to Kaiser Temporalis, we suppose) and Microsoft have an initiative to digitize health records and safely store and transfer them online.

Safely? Well, that might be a bit of a sticking point, we suspect, with a lot of patents and doctors. Still, there could be money to be made here for enterprising health care channel players.

Posted by Lee Pender on 06/10/2008 at 1:22 PM


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