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    Google Partnership to Pilot New Offering in Outpatient Care Setting

    Google Health is partnering with Desert Oasis Healthcare to pilot the technology giant’s clinical software offering, Care Studio, in the outpatient care setting.

    Google Partnership to Pilot New Offering in Outpatient Care Setting

    Google Partnership to Pilot New Offering in Outpatient Care Setting Google Health is partnering with Desert Oasis Healthcare to pilot the technology giant’s clinical software offering, Care Studio, in the outpatient care setting.

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    By Shania Kennedy

    October 11, 2022 - Google Health has announced a partnership with California-based Desert Oasis Healthcare (DOHC), part of the Heritage Provider Network, to pilot Care Studio.

    Care Studio is an artificial intelligence (AI)-driven, clinician-facing EHR search tool designed to harmonize healthcare data from various sources and pull that data into an interface to help clinicians find information more easily, according to the Care Studio product page. Once data is organized, the tool automatically shows the most important information first, such as hospital visits, outpatient events, laboratory tests, medications, and treatment and progress notes.

    The tool aims to streamline clinicians’ workflows and give them more time for patient care. DOHC is the first outpatient clinic to pilot the tool. The medical group, which serves about 60,000 patients, plans to pilot Care Studio with a small number of DOHC clinicians and gradually increase the user base over time. The press release states that DOHC will use the tool to support its preventive care and chronic disease management efforts by addressing data fragmentation and silo issues.

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    DOHC is the third provider partnership Google Health has undertaken to pilot Care Studio. Ascension was Google’s first collaborator in these efforts in February 2021. Shortly after Google and Ascension launched their partnership, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center also signed on to pilot the tool. In addition, Google Health has partnered with EHR vendor MEDITECH to create a Care Studio-integrated solution within MEDITECH’s EHR platform.

    Following these partnerships, Google Health announced Care Studio’s newest feature, known as Conditions, at the ViVE Conference in March. Conditions leverages natural language processing (NLP) to provide clinicians with additional insights into a patient’s medical history by synthesizing information from unstructured clinical notes.

    This is Google’s latest effort to bolster healthcare through the use of AI and data analytics.

    Last week, Google and New Jersey-based Hackensack Meridian Health launched a partnership to leverage Google Cloud’s new Medical Imaging Suite to predict metastasis in patients with prostate cancer.

    Last month, Google Cloud teamed up with LifePoint Health to use the tech company’s Healthcare Data Engine (HDE) to enhance data interoperability, patient monitoring, and virtual care within the health system.

    In July, the tech giant collaborated with New York-based Northwell Health to use cloud technology and AI to accelerate the health system’s digital transformation to improve patient care, clinician experience, and operational efficiency.

    And last year, Google Cloud and HCA Healthcare partnered to enhance data analytics and clinical decision support technologies within the health system in an effort to develop innovative operational models, gain access to actionable insights, and create more efficient workflows.

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    HIMSS 2022: Google Health announces Meditech as the first EHR vendor to integrate with Care Studio

    ORLANDO, Florida—Just a week after pulling back the curtain on new natural language processing features for Care Studio, its clinician-facing patient record interface, at the ViVE conference in Mia

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    HIMSS 2022: Google Health announces Meditech as the first EHR vendor to integrate with Care Studio

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    Mar 15, 2022 09:00am

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    The "early stages" collaboration represents another avenue for Google Health to get its pre-commercial clinical software in front of practicing clinicians. The companies' joint effort will be built on Google Cloud infrastructure, which Meditech has leaned on for web services since 2019. (achinthamb/Shutterstock)

    ORLANDO, Florida—Just a week after pulling back the curtain on new natural language processing features for Care Studio, its clinician-facing patient record interface, at the ViVE conference in Miami, Google Health took to HIMSS 2022 to announce the technology's first-ever integration with an electronic health record vendor.

    In a blog post, the tech giant wrote that it has entered into a collaboration with Meditech to develop “a deeply integrated solution” that marries the search, contextualization and data harmonization capabilities of Google Health’s Care Studio with Meditech Expanse, the vendor’s web-based EHR platform.

    “Using Google Health’s tools, Meditech will form a longitudinal health data layer, bringing together data from different sources into a standard format and offering clinicians a full view of patient records,” Google Health wrote in the to-be-published blog post. “And with Google Health’s search functionality embedded into their EHR, clinicians can find salient information faster for a more frictionless experience and the intelligent summarization can highlight critical information directly in the Expanse workflow.”

    Google wrote that the collaboration was still in its “early stages” and will be built on Google Cloud infrastructure, which Meditech has leaned on for web services since 2019.

    In a statement, Meditech Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Helen Waters said the new deal "is the first step in a long-term collaboration" between the companies.

    "Too much data can overburden clinicians, which is why we design our own solution with personalized views of the most important information clinicians want to see," Waters said. "Our partnership with Google Health builds upon this mission, providing us with a unique opportunity to combine our expertise to better solve the information burden our customers face."

    Much like Google Health's other Care Studio partnerships with providers, any patient data from Meditech it accesses will be encrypted, isolated in a controlled access environment and remain separate from other consumer and customer data that are sold or used for advertising, the tech company pledged in its post.

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    Rather, Google Health said it sees the collaboration between Meditech’s EHR and its patient data harmonization tools as another step forward for the industry in regard to interoperability.

    “We’re using [Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR)] to support our data harmonization, yet there is more to be done before FHIR is widely adopted and systems can effectively exchange information,” Google Health wrote. “We’re hopeful that collaborative approaches, much like what we’re working on with Meditech, will help create more interoperable solutions and facilitate an open ecosystem of data interoperability that benefits everyone.”

    A representative of Google Health told Fierce Healthcare the integration is another opportunity to inject the pre-commercial Care Studio into clinicians’ workflows and explore how it can be tweaked to better streamline their work.

    Meditech has 2,250 customers across 23 countries and currently claims about 23% of the EHR market share, the Google Health representative told Fierce Healthcare. Still, the tech giant does not expect this integration to reach all those customers in the short term, they said.

    “We at Google Health want to partner, and definitely understand that partnership is critical to overcoming the fragmentation challenges most people in healthcare face,” the representative told Fierce Healthcare. “I do think there’s an opportunity for us to work with other EHR vendors in a similar way.”

    To date, Google has publicly developed and piloted its clinical software exclusively with provider partners like Ascension and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center—and even then faced criticisms from those concerned about the risks to patient data privacy.

    With the Conditions feature demoed last week at ViVE, Google Health outlined how its software can use natural language processing to surface relevant patient information and potential conditions based on the information from patients' medications, labs, visits and notes.

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    Manipal Hospitals partners with Google Cloud to improve patient service

    Healthcare company will use Google Cloud's technology for virtual care and other services

    Manipal Hospitals partners with Google Cloud to improve patient service

    Manipal Hospitals partners with Google Cloud to improve patient service Healthcare company will use Google Cloud's technology for virtual care and other services

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    Last Updated at November 9, 2022 16:37 IST

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    Manipal Hospitals will use Google’s technology to build multichannel conversational AI experiences across its appointment booking

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    Manipal Hospitals and Google Cloud have announced a partnership to support the healthcare service provider in patient care, clinician experience and network efficiency.

    Manipal Hospitals will leverage Google Cloud’s technology to enable virtual care services across its chain, create a digital platform that allows patients to order medicines from the hospital, and to build remote patient monitoring. India's second-largest healthcare service provider will also use Google Cloud’s conversational artificial intelligence (AI) tools to improve customer interactions.

    Through its partnership with Google Cloud, Manipal Hospitals will use the Amwell platform to enable virtual visits. The Amwell deployment is part of a suite of digital care delivery enablement solutions designed to provide a simple and intuitive experience for patients and providers alike.

    "Over the past two years, there has been an extensive focus on digital transformation of healthcare. The government, private hospitals and health-tech start-ups have focused on creating digital solutions for the efficient delivery of healthcare. The partnership with Google Cloud will enable us to solve some of our most complex medical issues using innovative technology, better anticipate the needs of the people we serve, and improve access to care, whenever and wherever patients need us,” said Dilip Jose, managing director and chief executive officer, Manipal Hospitals.

    Manipal Hospitals will use Google’s technology to build multichannel conversational AI experiences across its appointment booking, searching for doctors, and other important patient tasks.

    “I believe that the partnership will help promote penetration of Manipal’s clinical healthcare services in Tier II and III markets while making it convenient for both clinicians and patients. The partnership is critical to further clinical excellence of our healthcare system in markets with inequitable access to quality healthcare. Today, even the remotest areas of our country have access to the internet and smartphones. This, along with the penetration of Google Cloud in our country provides us the opportunity to deliver high-quality care in markets that we are not present in,” said Karthik Rajagopal, COO, Manipal Hospitals.

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