Healthcare IT News April 14, 2021
Kat Jercich

The software titan is recruiting users to weigh in on how they want to interact with their own medical data, a report says.

Google is reportedly making inroads toward creating a patient health record tool.  

According to STAT’s Erin Brodwin, the company is recruiting patients to weigh in on how they want to access their own medical record data – potentially to help shape user-facing software.   

“Google is running a user feedback program to test features that give users the ability to collect health information from their provider patient portals, organize, search and share it with the people they trust in a private and secure manner,” said a Google spokesperson in response to a request for comment from Healthcare...

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