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Apple expands health records on iPhone ahead of refresh
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Ahead of an expected launch for its new iPhone, Apple Inc. has expanded access to health records on the iPhone, making them available in the U.K. and Canada.
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The feature, which has been available in the U.S. with support from over 500 institutions and more than 11,000 care locations, will give users more access to their health records while letting them securely view them at any time.
“We designed Health Records on iPhone to empower people to easily view their health records at any time, and we are thrilled to put this feature in the hands of customers in the UK and Canada,” said Kevin Lynch, Apple’s vice president of Technology, in a statement. “We believe people should have access to their health information in the most private and secure way, and we have worked hand in hand with healthcare institutions and organizations to put privacy at the center of the patient experience.”