It was reported last week that Apple is working to turn the iPhone into a “one-stop shop” for medical record data and now a new report from CNBC offers up a bit more detail on those efforts. The report explains that Apple’s health team has been working with Health Gorilla, a small startup in the health industry.
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Health Gorilla and Apple are reportedly working together to add diagnostic data to the iPhone, including measurements such as blood work. The two companies are integrating with hospitals and lab-testing companies such as Quest and LabCorp, as well as imaging centers.
Health Gorilla has raised just under $5 million in funding and specializes in giving doctors “a complete picture of patient health history.”
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