Google News is home to a growing number of medical management software tools, but the news aggregator has also recently been adding new tools.
One of those tools is incident management management software.
According to Google News, the company acquired the software last year from software company Medialab.
It says it’s focused on “developing a single platform for incident management, incident response and disaster recovery” that will “provide a seamless interface to manage incident management and emergency response”.
In addition to the incident management features mentioned above, Google News also recently added a health care management tool.
The news source says that the company has also announced the availability of a “medical manager” tool that will help you manage and track your health care expenses.
According the news source, Google is also working on a healthcare management software that will allow you to create health care accounts for your health insurance companies.
The source says Google is “working on several new health care solutions” for health care providers, and that Google has “also purchased the software for our other medical managers”.
If you’re a health management software developer, you’ll definitely want to check out Google News’s new incident management tools, as they are expected to be available in the coming weeks.
You can also keep up to date with Google News by following the company on Twitter and Instagram.
Source: Google News