California company Meditab, which makes medical records software for hospitals, doctor’s offices, and pharmacies, exposed data on a server without a password (via TechCrunch). [Apple Health Records Gets Positive Feedback From Patients] Meditab Leak Besides medical records software, Meditab also processes faxes for healthcare providers, and it was a fax server that wasn’t secured. Dubai…
Tim Cook promised new Apple services in 2019, emphasized healthcare, and discussed his firm’s current Wall Street woes in a major interview.
UnitedHealthcare shared the news yesterday at HIMSS, which is a health conference in Las Vegas.
Apple wants iPads in the hands of every doctor, nurse, and patient. There are trial programs already underway in several U.S. hospitals.
If Apple succeeds, all of your medical data—not just fitness data—would be stored in your iPhone.