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A cohort of researchers and developers announced Friday that the Android app CommonHealth — which lets users see and share health data such as lab test results, immunizations, and medications from their records — is now connected to 230 U.S. health systems.

Similar to Apple Health Records for iPhone users, the free app — produced by the nonprofit organization the Commons Project — lets non-iPhone users manage their health data in a single location, a feat previously but unsuccessfully attempted by tech giants Google and Microsoft. Traditionally, such health care data is stored in siloed environments, creating obstacles for patients and clinicians who want to ensure comprehensive health care.

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