News | Patient Engagement | February 03, 2016

Stanford Health Care Launches Custom Android MyHealth Mobile App

Patients now have access to both Android and iOS versions of the app so they can easily get lab results, pay their bills online and make appointments from the palm of their hand

Stanford Health Care, MyHealth mobile app, Android

February 3, 2016 — Stanford Health Care recently released a new app that allows patients using Android smartphones to easily access their own medical information anywhere in the world. The Android version and the iOS 8 MyHealth mobile app are both designed to put a patient’s health information right at their fingertips, making it quick and simple for them to manage their care. This includes reviewing test results, paying medical bills, managing prescriptions, scheduling appointments and conducting video visits with Stanford physicians.

Over 200,000 people are now messaging their physicians, scheduling appointments and reviewing their medical records through Stanford Health Care’s MyHealth. The in-house developed apps leverage Stanford Health Care’s digital platform, which with its electronic health record integration provides a seamless experience for the user to get all the important health information they need. Additionally, the apps allow patients to communicate directly with their care team through a confidential and secure messaging system, and make quick, easy and secure online payments.

This latest version also includes new features such as:

  • TouchID for faster and more secure entry; and
  • In-app and Apple Watch alerts when new lab results and messages from your care team are received.

The free app can be downloaded from Google Play and is available for current Stanford Health Care patients with a MyHealth account.

For more information: www.stanfordhealthcare.org

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