Apple widely looking for more partners regarding Health kit app

By | August 13, 2014

As per reports Apple has been in discussions with a wide range of health care providers regarding Health Kit, the iPhone maker’s software that will let consumers track health-related data.

The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant has discussed the new platform with Mount Sinai, the Cleveland Clinic, and Johns Hopkins, as well as medical records providers All scripts and Epic Systems, Reuters reported yesterday. But Reuters noted that the talks may not lead to anything substantive, the discussions further underscore Apple’s health-related ambitions.

Health Kit was unveiled at the worldwide developers conference in San Francisco in the month of June, Actually the purpose of health Kit is to track the users health data. As part of Apple’s iOS 8, Health includes a corresponding application named health that can be used with help of any third party fitness.

In that unveiling event Apple Said that many medical institutions had already signed on as partners, including the Mayo Clinic, which has an integration with Health Kit that goes to work when patients do things like checking their blood pressure rating.

The software will automatically checks to see if the rating is within the set parameters, and notify the hospital if it is not so doctors can check in with their patients more quickly. Health is the focus area all over the world already some company introduced some health care gadgets which includes Samsung Gear fit as well as Jowbone up24. Now Apple is also getting ready to introduce Health care gadgets. Stay tune for more devices.

Author: Micheal Edward Tansey

Micheal, is a loyal Apple Fan. A graduate in computer science, Micheal loves to experiment with iOS and Mac. Here at The Tech Bulletin, he covers information about Apple Products.+Micheal