Apple looks to put all your medical records in your iPhone
Medical records tend to be kept in a variety of doctor’s offices, both digitally and on paper. It can be a mess.
Apple thinks it has a solution, saying Wednesday it will introduce a new Health Records feature in its next iOS update this spring. Health Records, which will be available to patients at a dozen medical providers to start, will pull together a patient’s allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals, and the patient will receive notifications when his or her data is updated.