Google and others ‘not interested in electronic patient record market’ Pulse+IT’s weekly round-up of international health IT news for the week ending September 15: Big tech not interested in EMRs, Apple ups research reach, health data privacy, maternal mortality tools, NLP and documentation burden, drones deliver in remote Canada, US DoD extends Cerner roll-out, Boots offering GP video consults in store, Android on FHIR Digital Health News ~ Owen Hughes ~ 12/09/2019 “Quite frankly I think it’s too late because across world, everyone is invested heavily in their EMR systems – both in the cost of equipment and training of people who use them.” Apple announces three new Apple Watch health studies with big-name partners MobiHealthNews ~ Dave Muoio ~ 10/09/2019 Amidst the unveiling of its newest consumer smartphones, tablets and smartwatches, the tech company said it will begin enrolling consumers into its hearing, cardiovascular and women’s health studies […]