The Health app makes it easy to keep your health data together, and in this tutorial, we will guide you through all the steps to connect a network and see your medical records on your iPhone or iPad.
iPhone users in the United Kingdom and Canada can now see all their health records in one place, including medications, immunizations and lab results, Apple announced this morning.
A news story at the beginning of the week shows a very changing position for Apple, which has focused for years on customer data access freedom and privacy but appears to have changed its tune when it comes to encryption. There's also news from the electronic medical records (EMR) industry, which may get shaken up this year thanks to new rules imposed by a federal government agency that oversees how medical records are maintained.
This week saw yet another point update from Apple to fix a problem, this time for an issue first introduced in late October. We also saw the release of an app we've been waiting for from Adobe for a year - one that's underwhelming many of us, it turns out. Apple surprised us with some welcome electronic health record integration; now if only the rest of the health care industry would catch up. Thoughts on all this stuff in this week's editor's desk roundup.
Apple's recent announcement that it's partnered with the U.S. Veterans Administration (VA) to make the VA's own Health Records system accessible within the Health application on the iPhone got me thinking: What the hell is wrong with my own health care provider? I'm not a vet but I almost wish I were, if it would simplify this process. Because the way I access my own information is a raging dumpster fire.
Apple and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced Wednesday that U.S. veterans now have access to the VA's Health Records feature in the Health app on the iPhone.
Apple's software that allows American veterans receiving care through the United States Veterans Health Administration (VA) to securely view their aggregated health records on iPhones will be launching soon, the company acknowledged Monday.