CareKit is an open source project from Apple that allows developers to create applications specifically for the health field. CareKit will help Apple users to be better in tune with their health data. Initial partners of the project include Rochester General Hospital, UCSF, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, PDCNY. Standford Medicine, Emory Healthcare.
One example of a CareKit app is one that allows patients to record recovery data and the plan can easily be updated by a physician remotely.
Apple notes that "nothing is more sensitive than your health data," and will ensure that all the data is kept safe.
You may use many different apps to keep track of various health records on your iPhone. Thankfully, the Health app keeps all of that data in one simple place!
Medical ID is an incredibly handy feature on iOS that can save your life when the time comes. Here's how to get it all set up.
United Airlines customers can now share their vaccination status from the Apple Health app with the airline for easier traveling.
With iOS 15, iPhone users can store verifiable health records like COVID-19 vaccinations and test results in the Health app.
A new report from Bloomberg shows that Facebook is currently looking into integrating Oculus Quest with Apple's Health app.
Apple's Kevin Lynch and Deidre Caldbeck sat down for a virtual interview with Rene Ritchie to talk watchOS and Apple's foray into health.
The Mayo Clinic has announced that patients using their Patient Online Services system can now access their data through Apple's Health app.
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