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Apple Health Records Launched, 39 Hospitals Ready to Launch the Service

Healthcare IT News writes: Apple is launching its Apple Health Records feature, two months after announcing the beta. The feature will aggregate existing patient-generated data in a user’s Health app with data from their EHR — if the user is a patient at a participating hospital. In addition to the 12 health systems announced with the beta, 27 more are ready to launch the service, for a total of 39. Stanford Medicine, Scripps, NYU Langone Medical Center, Partners Health Care, Ochsner Health System in New Orleans, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, and Duke University Medical Center are among the hospitals joining today.

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