Medscape October 15, 2020
Ken Terry

The Mayo Clinic, in partnership with the digital health start-up Safe Health Systems, has launched a new health and connected diagnostics platform that can be used to store COVID-19 testing and vaccination data, as well as test results for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and other medical conditions.

This collection of apps and services, part of the Mayo Clinic Platform, can be used to create a kind of “health passport” that might help employers, schools, and entertainment venues verify which individuals are COVID-free and/or immunized. It’s also designed to support the further expansion of telehealth, which has grown exponentially during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Mayo Clinic Platform believes that the future of virtual care includes on-demand diagnostic testing, including the tracking of...

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