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IWHNA CEO Abdul Rao Encourages the Use of Google Health for Establishing a Patient-Specific Comprehensive Digital Health Record Across Enterprises
Date:12/14/2009

the usefulness of these applications. More importantly, they lack the most critical feature of endowing the patients and their caregivers the ability to access their comprehensive healthcare information in a secure and user-friendly environment.

“With advances in information technology that we have witnessed in the past decade, accomplishment of this goal is only a matter of strategic investment of resources and commitment” said Dr. Abdul Rao. “This is also in conformity with President’s Obama’s earlier declaration of creating comprehensive digital health records within the next five years”.

Under the leadership of Dr. Abdul Rao, the Institute of Women’s Health of North America; the largest healthcare provider for women in Florida, has started implementing a strategic plan to not only create an enterprise-wide paper-less environment in all its campuses but to make it available to patients and their caregivers in a safe and user-friendly environment.

“However, our ultimate aspiration in creating a digital health record goes far beyond this goal” said Dr. Abdul Rao. “We are determined to lead this process of integration of healthcare information in the nation by encouraging our patients to subscribe to Google Health allowing their specific information across the enterprises to be uploaded in this platform”.

Google Health is a safe, secure and highly flexible electronic platform that allows patients to store and manage their comprehensive healthcare information in a central place. Its features such as user-friendliness and 24/7 accessibility were extremely important in the selection of this platform by a group of “users” who were invited by the Institute to participate in this process.

It is anticipated that by July 2010, majority of the patients in the Institute’s affiliated campuses would have established a Google Health account, allowing
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