CommonHealth helps people collect and manage their personal health data and share it with the health services, organizations and apps they trust.
CommonHealth extends the health data portability and interoperability model pioneered by Apple Health to the 55% of Americans with Android™ devices (85% globally), enabling broader and more equitable participation in research, innovative care models and next-generation health services.
Building on new data interoperability standards and regulations, CommonHealth is an open-source, non-profit public service of The Commons Project. CommonHealth is being developed and deployed in collaboration with a broad coalition of public and private partners across the health and technology ecosystem.
The Commons Project is a non-profit public trust, established with support from the Rockefeller Foundation to build digital services that put people first. The Commons Project fills the void between tech companies, government agencies and traditional non-profits to build and operate the digital services that constitute public infrastructure for the digital era.
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