Tyde comes in from the cold as My Health Record goes opt out

Sydney-based digital health start-up Tyde has moved out of its self-imposed stealth mode and is now gearing up for a national roll out its mobile platform, which allows consumers to access their My Health Record, link their family's health records together, manage appointments and prescription data and to receive tailored preventative health messages.

Last month, Tyde raised $3 million from private investors to support the national roll-out of the platform, which has been in trials with a number of care coordination groups aimed at supporting consumers with chronic health conditions.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record, Tyde

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