Americans may soon be able to get their medical records through smartphone apps as easily as they order takeout food from Seamless or catch a ride from Lyft. But prominent medical organizations are warning that patient data-sharing with apps could facilitate invasions of privacy — and they are fighting the change

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Can a smartphone-enabled ultrasound machine become medicine’s next stethoscope?

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Apple plans to add a new feature to its Health app that will allow users to easily sign up with a national organ donor registry

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Consumers with iPhones can click to contribute their genetic information to medical studies

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And it literally ends up costing her… Sitting in his surgical gown inside a large medical suite in Reston, Va., a Vienna man prepared for his colonoscopy by pressing record on his smartphone, to capture the instructions his doctor would give him after the procedure. But as soon as he pressed play on his way home, he was shocked out of his anesthesia-induced stupor

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The iPhone could become a new tool in genetic studies

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