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Friday, September 17, 2010

Wellness, Fitness Features Enhances Google Health

Google Health launched about two years ago, provide users to have their health record in one accessible place. Health Records on Google Health are protected and only available to approved entities to view digest and help the user, like personal physician or a doctor in distant land while you are holidaying.
The new features on Google Health focuses on Wellness and fitness by adding new features and collaborating with industry leaders in providing additional services to Google Health users.
The Google Health team has developed an easier-to-use dashboard that brings together even more of users health and wellness information in one place, making it easier to organize and act on that information.
Users are now able to collect the data they need to track wellness, fitness goals and their progress with,
Fitbit, maker of a wearable device that captures health and wellness data such as steps taken, calories burned and sleep quality
CardioTrainer, one of the top mobile apps for tracking fitness activity and weight loss.

The new design also brings user ability to take notes and keep a journal of their progress through health conditions or medications response.
Google has also added more healthcare data providers, like Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital at Stanford, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and Sharp HealthCare.
Official Google Blog: A Google Health update


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