Apple Wants to Make Healthcare Easier with New iPhone Medical Technology

Apple’s health unit is developing technology that could erase some headaches associated with healthcare by bringing users’ medical information and clinical data to the iPhone, CNBC reported.

Apple wants you to store your entire medical history on your iPhone Jun 15th, 2017 01:31 UTC, Having your own personal medical database on your smartphone could make receiving the proper care much, much easier. Apple’s iOS Health app is mostly used for exercise and wellness monitoring and storing basic patient information in its current state. A 45% match.

Apple, Inc. Wants to Solve the Problem of Electronic Health Records Jun 15th, 2017 08:19 UTC, Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) wants to help solve the problem, and in the process make the iPhone the epicenter of your health data. A 40% match.

Apple is quietly working on turning your iPhone into the one-stop shop for all your medical info Jun 15th, 2017 09:37 UTC, Apple wants the iPhone to become . they trust full access to their health information,” he said. Apple in recent months has been involved with discussions with health IT industry groups that are looking for ways to make this goal a reality, 27% alike.

Apple wants to turn the iPhone into a hub for all your medical information Jun 15th, 2017 08:41 UTC, Last August, Apple acquired health tech firm Gliimpse, which helps translate medical data into more understandable terminology for humans and machines. A 43% match.

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Apple’s Secret Team is Working on Making the iPhone a ‘One-Stop Shop’ for Medical Records Jun 15th, 2017 06:02 UTC, Essentially, Apple wants the Health app, or whichever is applicable, on the iPhone to act as a central hub for one’s medical data and to keep track of one’s wellness data. 26% alike.