Wal-Mart, Intel offering health IT tools to employees

What could Wal-Mart, Intel and Pitney Bowes possibly have in common? All three are giving employees the chance to use online personal medical records to better manage their health, and possibly reduce the companies' healthcare costs. Employees have access to a website that displays their own private data, including information from their doctors, pharmacies, labs and health insurance companies--but their employers do not have access to the information. FierceCIO

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