MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – Two and a half years after its launch, Google Health has unveiled a “top-to-bottom” redesign – with a new focus on attracting a users who want to “actively manage their health and wellness.”
The revamped personal health record (PHR), which went live Wednesday morning, is still a place where one can aggregate and organize all of one’s health information – medical records, prescriptions, immunizations, conditions. But “in the last several months we’ve stepped back to say, ‘what can we do that’s more than just this notion of a personal health record?'” says Aaron Brown, senior product manager at Google.
Lots of new functions, customization and interactivity added