Microsoft Launches Health Site


Posted October 4, 2007 - By Stephen Johnson

Not content to own your game console and your computer's desktop, Microsoft also wants in on your personal health. 

Microsoft's new service, HealthVault, is totally free, and functions as a library, filing cabinet and fax machine for an individual or family's medical records and notes.

Consumers can then dole out info to doctors and hospitals through the electronic mail. That way if you're having a heart attack or your lip hurts, you can prove to the doctor that you need a risky, experimental colonoscopy.

Also, cases of dum-dum fever, brain-tooth and internal para-goats can be documented and verified electronically.

Yahoo.com: Microsoft Launches HealthVault Site for Managing Medical Records, Faces Concerns Over Privacy

Microsoft Launches Health Site


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