During this year’s WWDC keynote, Apple announced Health, a new app in iOS 8 that will aggregate data from various health trackers like the Fitbit in one place. But the real trick up Apple’s sleeve might be its partnership with Epic Systems, the leading electronic health records company in the United States, holding about 40 percent of U.S. health records. The Health app will be able to interface directly with Epic’s health records.follow link
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Apple’s New Health App Could be Epic