Gigabit Has a New iPhone Application – HealthSynch to Store Data on the Device And Later to Synchronize with Google Health PHR
Posted Nov 04 2009 10:01pm
This current version of HealthSync does not sync yet according to the article but the next version will with Google Health. For 99 cents at the app store, it’s almost free. Gigabit is also the same company who works with Airstrip with their OBGYN software, which has been FDA approved for use. BD
“ Gigabit’s HealthSync iPhone application is a comprehensive personal medical records management, maintenance and tracking tool. A user-friendly application available for download from the iTunes App Store, HealthSync places the control over managing medical records directly on the finger tips of iPhone users. HealthSync is ideal for managing medical records of patients with chronic conditions, such as diabetes or allergies, that require frequent monitoring and regular doctor visits and treatments. Families tracking immunizations for small children, as well as those managing the health of elderly relatives, also benefit from the convenience and piece-of-mind HealthSync’s mobile medical information access provides.”
RALEIGH, N.C.--(Business Wire)-- Smartphone application developer Gigabit (www.gigabitt.com) today announced immediate availability of HealthSync, an iPhone application that offers comprehensive personal medical records management, maintenance and tracking for individuals and families. HealthSync is ideal for those managing chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or allergies, which require frequent monitoring and regular physician visits and treatments. HealthSync stores key medical records information, including age, vital signs, medications, allergies, immunization records and appointments. Data is input directly into the iPhone by the user and securely stored locally within the device. The application stores multiple patients per user, making it ideal for families managing the health of young children, as well as elderly relatives.
With HealthSynch, data is input directly into the user’s iPhone by the user and stored locally within the device. Medical records that are captured in the app conform to the Google Health standards. Future HealthSync versions will support data sharing capabilities, which will enable patients to manage their health records via the Google Health web-based interface.