Aurora, Colo. (Aug. 5, 2022) – UCHealth is now offering Health Records on iPhone, which allows patients to link their medical records to Apple Health. The Health Records feature is part of the Apple Health app, which also shows activity, heart rate, nutrition and other health data consolidated from iPhone, Apple Watch and other enabled third party applications.
“We are happy to be able to offer Health Records access for our patients,” said Nicole Caputo, UCHealth’s senior director of patient experience and innovation. “Now, patients who receive health care at multiple locations, including UCHealth, can access all their information in one place through Apple Health.”
Patients can link their account by opening the Apple Health app, clicking on their profile and scolling to Health Records. Once there, click the “get started” button and search for UCHealth.
When UCHealth is selected, patients should use their username and password created for their My Health Connection account. The Apple Health functionality extends UCHealth’s own app, launched in 2017, which allows patients to monitor their health, schedule appointments, message their providers and more.
For more information on Health Records, visit https://www.apple.com/healthcare/healthrecords.
To set up a UCHealth My Health Connection account or download the UCHealth app, visit https://www.uchealth.org/access-my-health-connection/