PETALING JAYA: The MySejahtera app has rolled out new features that allow users to check their health records, says Khairy Jamaluddin.
"MySejahtera now has a new look and features that let us check and monitor our health records.
"Health screenings record and our children's vaccination records can also be seen on MySejahtera.
"Update your app starting from today to have these new features," he said on his Twitter on Saturday (July 16).
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Besides showing the digital health records and children’s immunisation details, Khairy said that the app, in its future updates, would also be able to show blood donation records and act as a digital “pink book” which carries the mother and child’s health records.
In one of the pictures attached to his tweet, there was a new “Health Records” tab on MySejahtera’s main screen.
Other pictures showed a baby's growth chart, and a seven-year-old boy's health record, including his latest health report at a clinic facility.
The health report displayed the boy's last updated height, weight, body mass index (BMI), cholesterol level, blood glucose level and blood pressure reading, including a health screening summary below.
The app also listed the boy's vaccines and his next vaccine appointment date and time.
A list of upcoming vaccines that were yet to be administered was also shown.
MySejahtera users can access the features after they update the app on their mobile phones.