Google, Microsoft support standards for e-health records

06/25/2008 | Bloomberg

Google, Microsoft Corp., hospitals, health insurers and other organizations have agreed on a set of privacy standards aimed at boosting the use of electronic medical records. The privacy protections "will enable the market for information to grow while giving consumers control of personal information and protecting their privacy," said the president of the Markle Foundation, which led negotiations on the new policies.

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