What Apple iOS 15 Means for Clinicians and the Patient Experience

What Apple iOS 15 Means for Clinicians and the Patient Experience

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Recently, at the Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), the company announced a series of features and updates focused on personal health and wellness including the new Apple iOS 15 new health data sharing.

This announcement serves as the barometer to what has been an expected trend in the health industry which is to respond to a growing demand for a consumer experience that is informed by various digital experiences outside health and wellbeing. This new feature provides the consumer the control they want but will force healthcare systems, electronic health record vendors, and other healthcare vendors to adapt to consumer expectations, but more importantly, nudge companies to evolve their digital pursuits to enable data sharing and interoperability with the EMR’s and health systems.

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