iHealth integrates apps, devices with Apple HealthKit

iHealth launched three mobile health apps on Apple's HealthKit. The company also announced the integration of 9 medical devices onto HealthKit, all programmed to work in the new iOS8. HealthKit allows all of these apps and devices to work together and gather data for patients in one central place. Users can monitor their blood pressure, glucose levels, sleep patterns and more with the combined abilities of the iHealth apps. With user permission, all of the collected data can be sent to the patient's doctors and medical professionals for up-to-the-minute monitoring. Release

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