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Technology All US veterans can now use an iPhone to access their health records

17:26  06 november  2019
17:26  06 november  2019 Source:

Veterans can access their health records via Apple Health app

  Veterans can access their health records via Apple Health app All their info will be accessible securely with their iPhoneApple's Health app can display the health records for veterans starting Wednesday, according to a press release.  The information is available via the Health app and lets the nine million veterans serviced by the VA view their medications, immunizations, lab results and more.

Using Health Records on iPhone , veterans can view all medications, immunizations, lab results, allergies The Health app continually updates these records giving VA patients access to a single Health Records are continually updated to provide veterans access to a single, integrated snapshot

Apple's plan to include Veteran 's health records in the iPhone Health app has come to fruition, with all US veterans eligible for VA health care now able to access records in the app. Following a summer-long trial, Apple and the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) today announced that

Apple is widening American veterans' access to health records from their iPhones. In the wake of a test this summer, any veteran receiving care through the Veterans Health Administration can use Apple's Health app on iOS to pull up their medical data. You can check lab results, medications and other data in one place without having to get printed copies or otherwise walk through an elaborate process. This includes care across multiple providers, whether it's Johns Hopkins or UC San Diego.

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As usual, all data is both encrypted as well as inaccessible without your device's passcode or biometric access like Face ID or Touch ID.

Apple's iPhone XR and iPhone 8 get big price cuts

Apple's iPhone XR and iPhone 8 get big price cuts If you're not jumping straight into the future with Apple's new iPhone 11 family, picking up a slightly older model is one way to upgrade without spending a lot of money. Now that the new phones have been announced you can pick up the previous gen for even less, now that price cuts have been announced for the iPhone 8 and iPhone XR. The two year-old iPhone 8 now starts at $449 without any sales or discounts, while last year's mainstream model, the XR is available for $599.

The company has announced that it will now allow veterans to access their health records straight from their iPhones through the iPhone Health “ We have great admiration for veterans , and we ’re proud to bring a solution like Health Records on iPhone to the veteran community,” Apple CEO Tim

US military veterans will soon be able to access their health records on their iPhones , Apple announced Monday. "When patients have better access to their health information, they have more productive conversations with their physicians," Apple COO Jeff Williams said in a statement.

The Veterans Affairs team-up comes over a year and a half after Apple first introduced its Health Records feature. However, it's only really been available through those medical networks and hospitals partnering with Apple. This expands access to the 9 million-plus veterans enrolled in VA's health care program. Only some will have iPhones, but this still makes medical info considerably more accessible than it has been in the past.


Apple just released iOS 13.1.1 for the iPhone .
Well that was quick! Apple must have found a pretty serious bug in iOS 13.1 because the company already released a new update. iOS 13.1.1 was just released on Friday, a mere three days after iOS 13.1 was released. And let's not forget that iOS 13.1 was released just four days after the initial iOS 13 release. What on Earth is going on over there!? iOS 13.1.1 is almost certainly all about bug fixes as opposed to new features, but you should still install it immediately. If you’re wondering whether or not your device is compatible with iOS 13.1, we wrote up a full list below. Basically, if you bought your iPhone before 2015 or your iPad before 2014, you probably can’t get iOS 13.

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