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The App Store features over 40,000 apps that are changing the world of healthcare. Medical professionals can provide faster, more personalized care in the hospital with apps focusing on clinical care, nursing care, and the patient experience. Patients can manage their health outside the hospital with HealthKit-enabled apps. Download Masimo Personal Health and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. ‎Track and trend your biometric information with the Masimo Personal Health App to guide changes in diet, exercise, stress reduction, and sleep to improve your health and wellness, as well as strength and conditioning regimens to improve your athletic performance.

Apps on iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch are capable of helping medical professionals deliver personalized care. Our powerful hardware is built to keep up with the demands of healthcare organizations to make work faster and more efficient. And intuitive apps provide easy access to critical health information, so healthcare teams have all the resources they need to make the best decisions for their patients.

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  • Jul 29, 2016 This App together with the Masimo iSpO2 pulse oximeter or MightySat fingertip pulse oximeter (which must be purchased separately) will allow you to non-invasively measure blood oxygen saturation.
  • Oct 04, 2017 Masimo Personal Health v1.0.3.4 Apk (Android 4.1.x - Jelly Bean) APK Tools. This App is only for use with the iSpO2 pulse oximeter or MightySat fingertip pulse oximeter (hardware module). This App together with the Masimo. This App is only for use with the iSpO2 pulse oximeter or MightySat fingertip pulse oximeter (hardware module).
  • Jul 29, 2016. This App is only for use with the iSpO2 pulse oximeter or MightySat fingertip pulse oximeter (hardware module). This App together with the Masimo iSpO2 pulse oximeter or MightySat fingertip pulse oximeter (which must be purchased separately) will allow you to non-invasively measure blood oxygen saturation and pulse rate. The compatible Masimo devices are available for sale in.

Apple products are designed to make healthcare more human. Our software is powerful and easy for both medical professionals and patients to use. We’ve built our devices to protect patient data and be accessible for everyone. And we’ve streamlined the way health data is collected and devices are deployed.

An intuitive, familiar interface.

Our products are built on a platform people are already familiar with. Apps on iPhone and iPad allow patients to learn more about their conditions or treatment, doctors to view lab results and radiology images, and nurses to send and receive secure communication or to help ensure patient safety when administering medications.

Powerful and versatile hardware.

Healthcare providers can use iPhone and iPad devices to do a variety of tasks anywhere in the hospital. The high-resolution Retina display and powerful graphics performance allow doctors to view a patient’s imaging studies on iPad. The built-in camera works with third-party apps to let nurses securely photograph a patient’s wound during treatment and store it in the patient’s record. And medical researchers can use the advanced sensors to track movement, take measurements, and record data for studies.

Safe and secure data.

Secure software requires a foundation of security built into hardware. Touch ID allows doctors to use their fingerprints as passwords to access patient charts instantly. Regular software updates protect iOS and iPadOS from emerging security concerns. And we build in safeguards to ensure that both third-party and in-house apps can access data only in ways that are authorized by the user. This gives patients ultimate control over what is shared with their care teams or other apps.

Accessible by design.

Our devices are designed to be used by everyone. Apple products come with powerful assistive features like Switch Control, which can help users operate their devices with minimal touch, and Live Listen, which lets users turn their iPhone or iPad into a remote microphone for their Made for iPhone hearing aids.

Streamlined health data.

The Health app makes it easier for people to see and understand their health metrics and records in one place. Patients can use HealthKit-enabled apps and third-party health accessories, like wireless blood pressure cuffs, to securely monitor and store their health data and share that information directly with their care teams.

Easy to deploy.

We’ve simplified the setup process so you can configure devices automatically and buy and distribute apps seamlessly. With Apple Business Manager, you can enable zero-touch configuration to remotely load account settings, apps, email, and access to the hospital directory on every iPad and iPhone. So there’s no need for the IT department to physically access each device to complete setup.

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The App Store features over 40,000 apps that are changing the world of healthcare.Medical professionals can provide faster, more personalized care in the hospital with apps focusing on clinical care, nursing care, and the patient experience. Patients can manage their health outside the hospital with HealthKit-enabled apps. And ResearchKit-enabled apps make it easier for medical researchers to gather robust and meaningful data from larger, more varied populations.

Look up drug prescription and safety information, check for potentially harmful drug interactions, and access timely medical news and research information.

Authorized clinicians can securely access clinic schedules, hospital patient lists, and test results on iPhone. Real-time updates and notifications can be displayed on Apple Watch and iPhone.

Nurses can follow medication administration requirements, send and receive secure text messages, place voice calls, manage alerts, and access real-time patient information all in one place.

Voalte One combines VoIP calling, alert notification, and text messaging in one app. It can also be integrated with existing nurse call systems to let nurses accept, escalate, or accept and call the patient back directly.

Patients in the hospital can track their progress, view their daily schedules, access educational materials, and see the names, faces, and roles of their care team.

Patients can get daily health and wellness insights, securely sync and view their Mayo Clinic health data, and book doctor appointments.

A HealthKit-enabled app, The Diary uses CareKit modules like Care Card to help patients view their personalized plans, set up reminders, and monitor their progress by syncing all their Apple Health data in one place.

This international research is focused on studying postpartum depression (PPD) and searching for a genetic cause to help improve detection, prevention and treatment. The app is used to recruit, consent, screen, and enable DNA collection from women with a history of PPD.

The Corrie app from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine aims to study the impact of giving patients greater control over their recovery during the weeks after a heart attack, including reduction in readmission rates.

Volume purchasing.

Find, buy, and distribute apps and books for everyone in your healthcare organization.

Custom app purchasing.

You can work with developers to get existing apps customized for your specific needs. They are distributed to your healthcare organization privately through Apple Business Manager.

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Build apps for better healthcare.

Create custom apps that tap into Apple hardware and features. Use powerful developer tools like Swift and our open source frameworks ResearchKit and CareKit.

Develop native apps with
a powerful SDK.

Build your own apps with the iOS and iPadOS SDK. It comes with tools and resources that help you take advantage of features like Core Location to conduct research on the effect of location and air quality on asthma, and tap into services like push notifications to alert doctors and nurses of patient updates. With the iOS and iPadOS SDK, you can customize apps to streamline hospital operations and help your staff work more efficiently.

Build custom apps with Swift.

Swift is a free and open source programming language that makes code easier to read and write, while giving developers the efficiency and power they need. Developers can use it to create richer, more reliable app experiences that improve patient care.

Personalize care
with CareKit.

CareKit is an open source software framework that can be used to create personal care apps. Patients can use CareKit apps to manage their medical conditions and share information directly with their doctors and care teams.

Turn every iPhone into
a lab with ResearchKit.

ResearchKit makes it easier for researchers to conduct medical studies. The open source software framework allows researchers to quickly build apps that utilize the advanced sensors in iPhone and Apple Watch. Participants around the world can use the apps to generate data for researchers to study. So far, ResearchKit has been used to study conditions like Parkinson’s disease, autism, epilepsy, diabetes, and more.

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How to add data to the Health app

The Health app automatically counts your steps, walking, and running distances. And, if you have an Apple Watch, it automatically tracks all of your Activity data. If you're already using another app to track your health, you can try adding data from the app to Health, so all your information is in one place.

Enter information about your health

  1. Open the Health app and tap the Browse tab.
  2. Tap a category, like Activity.
  3. Tap a subcategory, like Steps.
  4. Tap Add Data in the upper-right corner.
  5. Enter the date, time, and data for that activity.
  6. When you're finished, tap Add.

Add information from other apps

  1. Open the Health app.
  2. Tap your profile picture in the upper-right corner .
  3. Under Privacy, tap Apps. You can see apps that you already own that are compatible with Health. If you don't see an app, it might not be compatible.
  4. Tap an app and turn on the health categories that you want that app to track.

You might also need to open the app and adjust its settings to allow it to share data with Health.

Find apps that are compatible with Health

  1. Open the Health app and tap the Browse tab.
  2. Tap a category, like Sleep.
  3. Tap a subcategory, like Sleep Analysis.
  4. Scroll down to the apps recommended for that category, then tap an app to learn about and download it.
  5. Go back to your privacy settings in the Health app to allow that app to read or write data in the Health app.

You decide what information goes into the Health app and which apps can get your information from Health. Apps that access HealthKit must have a privacy policy. Review an app's privacy policy before allowing access to your health and fitness information.

Add information from your Apple Watch

  • To view your goals and your move, exercise, and stand data, open the Health app, tap the Browse tab, then tap Activity.
  • To see your heart rate data, open the Health app, tap the Browse tab, then tap Heart. Learn more about accuracy and limitations of the heart rate sensor.
  • To see data from the Breathe app, open the Health app, tap the Browse tab, then tap Mindfulness. Learn about the Breathe app.
  • Other Apple Watch apps can also read and write Health data. You can manage them directly on your Apple Watch: Go to Settings > Health > Apps.

If Health doesn’t track steps or other information, try these steps:

  1. Open the Health app.
  2. Tap your profile , then tap Devices.
  3. Tap your Apple Watch.
  4. Tap Privacy Settings and make sure that Fitness Tracking is turned on.

How Health handles data from multiple sources

The Health app takes similar data from different sources, like steps recorded from your iPhone and activity from your Apple Watch, and organizes it based on where it comes from. By default, Health prioritizes data in this order:

  1. Health data that you enter manually.
  2. Data from your iPhone, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.
  3. Data from apps and Bluetooth devices.

When you add a new data source, it appears above all other apps and devices that contribute data in Health. You can change the order of sources at any time.

View your data sources

Here's how to see which devices and apps update specific health categories:

  1. Open the Health app and tap the Browse tab.
  2. Tap a category, like Activity. If you don't see the category, swipe down to reveal the search bar, then enter a category.
  3. Tap a subcategory, like Steps.
  4. Scroll down, then tap Data Sources & Access. Only the sources that contribute to that data type will appear.

Here's how to see all of your sources for the Health app:

  1. Open the Health app.
  2. Tap your profile picture in the upper-right corner .
  3. Scroll down to Privacy, then tap Apps or Devices.

Prioritize data sources

Here's how to choose the sources that Health uses first:

  1. Open the Health app, then tap the Browse tab.
  2. Tap a category, then tap a subcategory.
  3. Scroll down, then tap Data Sources & Access.
  4. Tap Edit.
  5. Touch and hold the Change Order button next to a data source, then drag it up or down in the list.
  6. To turn off a data source so that it doesn't contribute any more data for that category, tap the checkmark next to the source.
  7. Tap Done.

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If multiple sources contribute the same data type, then the data source at the top will take priority over other sources. Any new apps or devices that you add go to the top of the list automatically, above your iPhone or iPod touch.

Back up your Health data

Health information is stored in iCloud and gets encrypted as it goes between iCloud and your device, and while it's stored in iCloud. End-to-end encryption requires iOS 12 and two-factor authentication. To stop storing your Health data in iCloud, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud and turn off Health.

If you aren't using iCloud, you can back up your information in Health by encrypting your iTunes backup.

The information that you create or gather about yourself is under your control, and it's encrypted with your passcode when you lock your iPhone.

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Explore more Health features

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  • Set up and use the Health app on your iPhone or iPod touch.
  • Set up a Medical ID in the Health app to access important medical information.
  • Track your sleep with Bedtime in the Clock app.
  • With iOS 11.3, you can see your health records from multiple institutions right on your iPhone. Add your health records and see the supported institutions.