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Electronic health records raise doubt

Google service's inaccuracies may hold wide lesson

Dave deBronkart's records had wrong data. Dave deBronkart's records had wrong data.
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / April 13, 2009

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WASHINGTON - When Dave deBronkart, a tech-savvy kidney cancer survivor, tried to transfer his medical records from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to Google Health, a new free service that lets patients keep all their health records in one place and easily share them with new doctors, he was stunned at what he found. (Full article: 1206 words)

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