Mayo Clinic partners with Google’s health-data sibling on ‘GPS for patient care’

Mayo Clinic is partnering with Verily, a business unit of Google’s parent company, to create point-of-care technology to help doctors make decisions on patient treatment options.

Financial terms of the two-year strategic collaboration were not disclosed.

“The exponential growth in medical discovery and knowledge has reached the point where it is almost impossible for caregivers to keep up with the latest advances,” Dr. Bradley Leibovich, medical director of Mayo Clinic’s Center for Digital Health, said in a news release.

“This tool will make Mayo Clinic’s deep expertise available to care teams so that they can have concise, relevant and applicable

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