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Google, Ascension continue EHR collaboration by launching new search tool

Katie Adams – Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021 Print  | Email Google and Ascension are continuing the collaboration they began in 2018 by rolling out a tool to help clinicians better organize and search for patient information, the St. Louis-based health system announced Feb. 23. In 2018, Google and Ascension collaborated to create an accessible and searchable interface that shows clinicians a complete clinical history for each patient. Recognizing that EHR systems… Source link

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‘Hey Google, what’s the speed limit?’ Buttonwillow CHP pulls over Google Street View vehicle

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — A man who told authorities he was high on acid when he tried pulling a 5-year-old from another person’s vehicle was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison. Quincy Dean, 30, received the prison term after pleading no contest to a felony assault charge. Five other felonies, including multiple counts of assault with a deadly weapon other than a firearm, were dismissed, court records show. Source link

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Why Facebook and Google Are Fighting Publishers Over Paying for News

Facebook Inc. FB 2.12% on Tuesday agreed to restore news to its platform in Australia, following a five-day blackout that came amid a standoff with the country’s government over a proposal that would force tech companies to pay news publishers for content. The current showdown, which also involves Alphabet Inc.’s GOOG 0.29% Google, represents the boiling over of a long-simmering… Source link

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Exclusive: French antitrust investigators say Google breached its orders on talks with news publishers – sources

PARIS (Reuters) – French antitrust investigators have accused Alphabet Inc’s Google of failing to comply with the state competition authority’s orders on how to conduct negotiations with news publishers over copyright, two sources who read the investigators’ report said. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Google is seen at the high profile startups and high tech leaders gathering, Viva Tech,in Paris, France May 16, 2019. REUTERS/Charles Platiau In the 93-page report, known as a statement of… Source link

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Google trying to put Microsoft on the spot at SolarWinds hearing

The hearing: The Tuesday afternoon hearing — the first public congressional inquiry into the SolarWinds breach — will focus on the role that private companies have played in discovering, analyzing and sharing information about the breaches, as well as in fixing any underlying issues in their own products. The list: On Monday, Google offered up a list to lawmakers of more than a dozen questions that one Senate aide said were aimed at scrutinizing the security of Microsoft products, such… Source link

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Area 120 is beginning to use Google’s massive reach to scale HTML5 GameSnacks platform – TechCrunch

Hundreds of millions of users, especially in developing markets, don’t own high-end smartphones and can’t afford fast data plans to enjoy much of anything on the web. Google has been exploring multiple ways to better serve this segment of the user base. It has tried partnerships to make the internet more affordable to tens of millions of users. It has worked with smartphone makers to bring reliable Android experience to cheap smartphones. In fact, it’s currently working on a… Source link

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Google rolls out EHR navigation tool Care Studio

Google is looking to tackle EHR navigations issues with the creation of its Care Studio, a clinician-facing search tool that helps organize patient’s medical records. The tool is meant to be used alongside the EHR in order to streamline workflows. Caregivers can use the platform to look through patient records across different EHRs. The tool is also able to synch up data from various health systems and put items like blood pressure or glucose levels into the same unit of measure. The tool… Source link

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Google is expanding its Password Checkup tool to older devices

Google is expanding its Password Checkup feature to older devices, the company announced today. Now, phones and tablets running Android 9 or newer will have access to the feature, which is part of Google’s autofilling password manager and which checks password strength or if any logins have been compromised in a data breach. It’s part of a new batch of updates Google is rolling out on Android, a list that also includes the ability to schedule text messages to send later on, a new… Source link

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