Patients from Johns Hopkins Medicine and MedStar Health are among those who can now see their medical records in one place on their iPhones because of an upgrade Apple made to its Health app.
Apple announced the upgrade Friday.
The upgrade means iPhone users will no longer have to log on to the websites of several doctors or hospitals to view their medical information. They can also choose to receive notifications when their information is updated. The sensitive data will be encrypted and protected with iPhone passwords.
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