Microsoft HealthVault

Microsoft HealthVault

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2012-08-14
  • Current Version: 2.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 7.65 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 178 App Reviews)
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Microsoft HealthVault App Ratings: 2.5
Based on 178 App Reviews

Microsoft HealthVault App Details

Ever wish you could access medical information for yourself and your family right from your iPhone? Wouldn’t it be great if you could easily access your prescription history? Or quickly look up critical medical history and insurance information in an emergency? You can, using HealthVault for iPhone. HealthVault for iPhone provides mobile access to the health information in your Microsoft HealthVault account. Track chronic conditions, diet, weight, and exercise. Enter health data on the go. Keep family health information such as allergies, medications, and immunizations handy wherever you are. HealthVault is a privacy- and security-enhanced online service designed to put you in control of your health information. HealthVault helps you gather and store health information from various sources and share information with those you trust. For more information about what you can do with HealthVault, visit


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App Reviews

  • It’s a shame for Microsoft to publish such a lousy app

    By omg.itsjj
    The design is way too outdated and desktop-like. Many functions do not work on a phone.
  • Lab Corp blood results

    By liver transplant patient
    Lab Corp had my weekly blood work results on the last app Up two months ago earlier in 2018, since they forced everyone to open up the HealthVault app to get results I have not been able to get one result and I just found out that they do not supply results to iPhones five, six and seven. After spending hours checking I found out that you need an iPhone 8 or 10 and that is ridiculous, it had been working for three years just fine and I can guarantee you that regular hard-working people cannot afford the latest phones. This is a terrible new system which excludes The majority of regular people with regular phones. I am a transplant patient and I need to keep up with my blood work results frequently since many levels such as my potassium could cause me heart problems from one week to another. I hope someone gets back in touch with me or I will be switching lab companies who can supply a simple task as supplying blood work results which I pay for.
  • What happened

    By Bistline
    This app used to be my favorite. It would sync with other apps and pull my medical info from LabCorp, hospitals etc. now none of the apps seem to be syncing with it. Doctors still love the emergency profile though. Just wish you would go back to how well it worked in 2015.
  • Great idea

    By Gdb&&@
    I have many yrs worth of data now stored. It is primarily data I place into it myself. I have my runs and walks, blood pressure, weight (seeing it slowly increase) and I placed my scanned old medical records, Rx ect. I only with other companies would cooperated with them more, Fitbit use to work with it. I understand this is a highly regulated field (government can place hefty fines) so MS tries to reduce the risk. I fear MS will close this venture one day.
  • Needs a ton of work!!!

    By ac26151
    The idea of this app is great however, it needs a tremendous amount of work not just to make it practical but also to actually work. The reason I'm writing is to complain to Microsoft of two issues I just encountered and wanted to report to them so they could resolve these issues but just like all of Microsoft's products there is no way to contact them to complain. I just now tried to add data to my "emotional state" under trackers and the app crashed, and I tried to add data within "heart rate" under measurements and that too crashed the app. But even if Microsoft resolved these two of many problems there is still the practical issue of this product. I cannot share this data with anybody especially my doctor's office. Yesterday I had an appointment with my cardiologist and I frequently referenced this app for dates of procedures, medications, etc. and he wanted to know what I was referencing and I showed him. He said I had phenomenal records that he wished he could access, but he also noted there was no way to upload my digital X-rays, lab reports, and any other diagnostic reports from his office to my app which I wanted, so instead I have handfuls of CD ROMs that I have to open on my laptop instead of my app. This app just has very little to any practical usefulness other than recording medications, contact info, and lists of encounters and procedures. But all those things I already have within my iPhone's calendar, contacts, and notes!!! But without the ability to share all of this data, with the people who actually need it, I really don’t see this product being very useful. I wish they’d improve on this.
  • Bugs after 11/14/17 update

    By Agw54
    Worked ok until 11/14/17 update. Now you can't put in notes-keyboard covers up note section. iPhone v10.3.3. ****** UPDATE: After updating my iPhone 6S to the latest iOS 11.2.6, data can’t be inputted. ??? Come on guys, let’s get this fixed please.
  • HeathVault

    By rlbarkley
    I am disappointed with App because MS started out with a good app for. Recording medical data, but then screwed it up by not adding a appointment calendar that sync with the IOS calendar. MS you can do better!
  • Stuck in 2001 health reporting technology

    By mjdindc
    I started using almost 10 years ago. For the time it was innovative. There has been virtually no functionality added or improved while there are new sites coming up fast and furious. HealthVault is primed to be a major player by being the connection point between many of the systems. Instead it relies on you to manually enter the data. It’s easier to save as pdf and stick it in the cloud. Some data does come over from insurance and pharmacies but it’s hit and miss so you never know what to trust. There is no way to sort so drugs are missed up randomly. Conditions are duplicated numerous times. It pulls over some lab procedures but no results and the fields are not properly set up to enter them. It would be simple to set up lab fields and just let users enter so they can tracks but instead it just a bunch of random fields that don’t allow for any comparison
  • Mediocre

    By Tertius
    There’s little to no benefit over other apps. There is NO security for the app! No Touch-ID, not even a PIN to protect privacy.
  • Health Apps

    By G68765646543543243213
    Why doesn't this pull health or fitness data from the main Apps like Apple Health, Runkeeper, Adidas All Day, etc... I do not want to have to enter my data in multiple places...