Apple app may mean the end of the healthcare facility fax

With iPhone Health app, patients will soon be able to download and view health records on their phones


An Apple app may mean the end of the healthcare facility fax machine, according to an article on the CNBC website.

With iPhone Health app, patients will soon be able to download and view health records on their phones.

Currently, many patients can only get health records from their doctor if the fax machine is working.

Even when records are stored electronically, different chunks of every patient's health information live in inaccessible electronic record systems in different doctors' offices, the article said.

Read the article.

 

 



February 6, 2018


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