Kaiser Pilots Microsoft HealthVault

From SF Gate:

Kaiser Permanente and Microsoft Corp. on Monday announced a partnership that the two giant companies hope will push forward the effort to digitize medical records and safely transfer sensitive health data.

Kaiser’s 156,000 employees will be eligible for a pilot program connecting the Oakland health maintenance organization’s health records with Microsoft’s HealthVault, a free, Web-based medical database the technology giant launched in October.

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Dr Chris Paton

Dr Chris Paton is the Group Health for Global Health Informatics at the University of Oxford.

One thought on “Kaiser Pilots Microsoft HealthVault”

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