Apple set to bring users' health records to iPhone - <b>Technical Lobby</b>

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Apple set to bring users' health records to iPhone

Apple set to bring users' health records to iPhone

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple has released a test update in its Health App so that users can access medical records on their iPhone.

Patients from 12 different US hospitals will initially see medical records on their smartphones.

Apple's COO Jeff Williams said that "Our goal is to help consumers stay better." Apple's COO Jeff Williams said that we worked closely with your health community. In a statement. "By empowering consumers to see their overall health, we hope to help customers better understand their health and help them to live a healthy life," Williams said.

The health application was updated with the update iOS 11.3 beta. The updated section makes hospitals, clinics and current health apps together to make it easy so that consumers can see their available medical information from multiple providers whenever they choose.

Jones Hopkins Medicines, Cedar-Sinai, Pen Medicin and other participating hospitals and clinics are the first to provide beta facility to their patients. In the past, medical records of patients were kept in multiple places, patients were required to enter each and every caretaker's website and disassociating information manually.

Apple said in a statement Wednesday, "This spring, IOS 11.3 will present the latest ways to experience increased reality on the iPad and iPad, the ability to see a new anomology on the iPhone X and a health record in a health app," Apple said.
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