Microsoft HealthVault personal health record goes mobile in 2012 with iTriage

Denver, CO (PRWEB) December 27, 2011

The leading consumer healthcare technology platform iTriage® today announced an integration of Microsoft HealthVault personal healthcare record (PHR) into its iPhone mobile application. This connection enables iTriage users to view and access their records stored within Microsoft HealthVault, right from the palm of their hand.

More than three million people have used iTriage to view information on symptoms, diseases, procedures, medications, and to access a nationwide directory of medical providers. As the world's leader in Symptom-to-ProviderTM pathway technology, iTriage has been touted by ABC News as the one-stop health app that allows patients to not only know what's wrong with them, but also know where to go for treatment.

All those who have used iTriage to access Google Health PHR from mobile devices should know that Google Health is being discontinued for viewing, entering or editing data on January 1, 2012. However, Google Health PHR data will remain available for transfer through January 1, 2013. To learn more, please visit: Microsoft HealthVault.

"PHRs offer consumers a great way to monitor their health. Our iTriage vision includes being the mobile aggregator for multiple PHRs in the future, "explained Peter Hudson, M.D., co-founder of iTriage, LLC. "We believe today's HealthVault PHR integration into iTriage will give consumers a convenient and easy way to access their health information anywhere, anytime."

Consumers can download the free iTriage app through the iTunes® app store or AndroidTM Market. Microsoft HealthVault access through iTriage is immediately available for iPhone devices. Access through Android devices will be available in a few weeks.

About iTriage

Headquartered in Denver, CO, iTriage LLC is a global healthcare technology company founded in 2008 by two emergency medicine physicians. The company's mobile platform and application, iTriage, offers a proprietary Symptom-to-ProviderTM pathway that empowers patients to make better healthcare decisions. iTriage helps people answer the two most common medical questions: "What could be wrong?" and "Where should I go for treatment?" Millions of consumers around the globe have downloaded the free iTriage mobile app on their iPhone and Android devices, and thousands of healthcare providers use iTriage to reach and communicate critical facility and service information to patients. For more information, please visit

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