The data in The Christ Hospital Mobile App account can also be accessed via third-party applications, including Apple Health and the CommonHealth app on Android phones.
Information such as allergies, vital signs, medications, lab results, conditions, procedures and more can be pulled from the Mobile App into these other apps.
By enabling you to gather your health information in one place, you are better able to monitor chronic conditions, adhere to treatment plans, and track progress in wellness or disease management programs. Both the Apple Health app and Android's CommonHealth app are free and secure.
Should you decide to integrate your data into a third-party application, you'll need to have a Mobile App username and password set up.
Integrating your data with the Apple Health app
Download the Apple Health app on your Apple device if you haven't already. Search for "Apple Health" in the App Store.
Go to the Health Records section of your Apple Health app and click on "Get Started."
Find The Christ Hospital in the list of networks provided.
You will be prompted to login to your Mobile App account and all health data on the app will be visible to you and is encrypted and protected on your iPhone.
If you have records at other hospitals, labs or providers simply repeat the steps and all your Health records will be compiled into the Apple Health app.
Learn more from Apple.
Integrating your data with CommonHealth on Android phones
Download the CommonHealth app from the Google Play Store on your Android device if you haven't already. Search for "CommonHealth" in the Play Store or use this link: Google Play Store: CommonHealth
Sign up for an account.
Choose the "Add Data Source" option and search for The Christ Hospital in the list of data sources provided.
You will be prompted to login to your Mobile App account. All health data on the CommonHealth app will be visible to you and is encrypted and protected on your phone.
If you have records at other hospitals, labs or providers, simply repeat the steps and all your Health records will be compiled into the CommonHealth App.
Learn more from CommonHealth.