6. Preview your organization on iPhone and iPad
After Apple sends the email confirming that your organization and FHIR API endpoint are approved (as previously described), your organization and FHIR API endpoint will be published on the Health app in 3 days (unless you take action to publish immediately or to postpone publication for up to 30 days).
It’s recommended that you preview how your organization appears in the Health app before publication. If you can’t complete this task within 3 days after Apple sends you the approval email, you can reschedule publication for later (as described in Publish your organization on iPhone and iPad).
Note: Previewing requires iOS 11.3, iPadOS 17, or later, with the region set to Canada, the United Kingdom, or the United States. To check the region on iPhone or iPad, go to Settings > General > Language & Region > Region.
Go to the FHIR API Profile screen for the endpoint.
Click Preview near the top of the FHIR API Profile screen.
Do one of the following:
See a preview now: Scan the QR code with an iPhone or iPad camera.
Preview later or share the preview: Click Copy Preview Link, send yourself (or another person) the link, then open and scan with an iPhone or iPad camera.
Important: Distribute the preview link only to those you’ve asked to validate that your FHIR API endpoint is accessible. Anyone with access to the preview link can connect to your FHIR API endpoint using iPhone or iPad, even before your organization appears in the Health app.
On the iPhone or iPad, sign in with a valid user name and password, then validate that the account’s health records download to the Health app. (You can use either your own account or the test patient account.)
If you discover issues with how your organization is listed or with health record downloads, do one of the following:
Change how your listing is displayed in the Health app: Click Edit in the appropriate section of the FHIR API Profile page, then make your changes.
Resolve download issues: Return to the FHIR API Profile page, click Publish Later, set a future publication date, then work with your technical contact or EHR vendor to resolve the issues. After you resolve the issues, you can return to the FHIR API Profile page to set a new publication date.
After making changes, click Send for Review. Apple will review your changes and then send you an email that your application has been reapproved. You should then repeat the steps from the top of this page.
When you’re satisfied with how your preview looks, and you’ve confirmed that health record downloads work as you expect, follow the instructions in Publish your organization on iPhone.