To make the Health Records tool available on macOS, Apple has teamed up with the provider of medical records, Epic Systems.
Apple wanted Epic Systems to develop a native version of the tool for macOS, but the latter is working on a version that would be easier to use than a native app, Apple reports internally.
Epic Systems is the largest provider of electronic medical records in the United States. A 2021 report indicated that more than 250 million patients have a medical record maintained by Epic Systems.
Last month, Apple's latest macOS Ventura update introduced the "Continuity Camera" feature that allowed users to connect their iPhone to a Mac to use as a webcam with apps like FaceTime or Zoom.
With the new feature, users were able to use their iPhone as a webcam by connecting it wirelessly to their Mac.
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