How it works

HealthVault lets you gather, store, use, and share health information for you and your family, putting you in control of your health information.
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Your health data

Microsoft HealthVault gives you one place to access all of your health information online.

There are many ways to add information and connect with data from your healthcare providers.

If you're managing the health of a child, parent, or other family member, you can add records for them too.
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Health apps

HealthVault-connected apps are websites, computer software, and mobile apps that can help you get more out of—and put more into—HealthVault.

You can choose apps to help you stay motivated, analyze trends, and receive education and recommendations to keep you at your best.

That's the great thing about HealthVault: you only need to gather your information once and then you can use it in all kinds of ways.

Browse the App Directory
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Personal health devices

A growing list of devices such as pedometers, blood pressure monitors, blood glucose monitors, and even weight scales work with HealthVault.

The best part is that you don't have to enter anything by hand, just upload your data directly to HealthVault from compatible devices.

Browse the Device Directory
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Sharing

You can share any part of your health record with anyone you choose, whenever you like, to make sure everyone's in the loop.

3 ways to get started now

No matter which way you get started, you'll get a FREE HealthVault account you can use to take control of your health.

Learn more about ways people are using HealthVault

Managing family health information

Stephanie
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Managing a chronic condition

Henry
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Being prepared for an emergency

Sabrina
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Working toward weight and fitness goals

Delores
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Sharing the care of an elderly family member

Margaret
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