Saturday, October 10, 2009

The Next Stage of Online Health Information

to October 6 New York Times article, "Adding Health Advice to Online Medical Records".

Excerpt: Health technology experts say Keas is at the forefront of the effort to combine advanced Web and database technologies so it can personalize health education. The promise, they say, is a big step forward for online health tools, and could help accelerate their adoption — much as the spreadsheet program helped kick-start the personal computer industry back in the early 1980s. “This is the next generation of applications for online health care,” said Dr. David C. Kibbe, a health technology expert and senior adviser to the American Academy of Family Physicians, who is also a member of the Keas advisory board.

Some screenshots that lead me to discover that I'm chubby!

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