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UAMS patients' health records available on iPhone

The University of Arkansas for Medical Science (UAMS) patients now have access to medical data on iPhones using the Apple Health app. (KATV Photo)

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) patients now have access to medical data on iPhones using the Apple Health app.

The app makes it easier to monitor and track health and wellness goals, integrates information from the patient's hospital and clinic visits, and provides a one-stop source for users to see their medical records from participating providers at any time they desired.

UAMS is the first health care institution in the state to partner with the Apple Health app.

“Nearly 100,000 UAMS patients use MyChart, our online health portal that allows patients to send secure messages to their health care team, see lab and test results, make appointments, and request prescription refills from their phone or computer at any time,” said Rhonda Jorden, UAMS vice chancellor for Information Technology and chief information officer.

“Now, with Apple Health, they can link data from their visits to UAMS with data from other health care providers who partner with Apple Health," said Jorden.

For more information on how to access health records through the app, click here.

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