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The National ePrescribing Patient Safety Initiative Collaborates With Google
Date:2/28/2008

Allscripts-Led Initiative Works With Google Health to Enable Greater Online

Collaboration between Physicians and Patients

ORLANDO, Fla., Feb. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Direct from the 2008 HIMSS Exhibition and Conference, Allscripts, the leading provider of clinical software, connectivity and information solutions that physicians use to improve healthcare, announced a collaboration between the National ePrescribing Patient Safety Initiative(TM) (NEPSI(TM)) and Google Health to provide physicians a new means of sharing health information over the Internet with their patients.

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Google Chief Executive Officer Eric Schmidt previewed the Google Health product -- which is not yet publicly available but being tested in a pilot -- in his keynote address at HIMSS this morning. Dr. Schmidt also included NEPSI as an organization that Google is working with to help provide better access to patients' medical records and unique services to help patients better manage their health.

Allscripts is collaborating with Google to integrate the web-based NEPSI electronic prescribing solution by Allscripts on the Google Health platform. The software is offered at no cost to physicians across America as a key element of NEPSI -- a coalition of a number of the nation's leading technology and healthcare organizations led by Allscripts and Dell. Google has also participated in the NEPSI coalition as the search sponsor. The collaboration allows physicians using the NEPSI solution to securely transfer their patients' medication information into a Google Health account upon request by the user/patient. This connectivity provides patients with accurate clinical information helping them to better coordinate their care with a multitude of providers.

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