The assumption is that iOS 8 and Healthkit will be released in September, which means Apple only has a bit over one month to get these deals done. At the WWDC announcement of Healthkit, Apple said that it had made a deal with the Mayo Clinic; and, a new report says that Apple is still in talks with Mount Sinai, the Cleveland Clinic, and Johns Hopkins medical centers, as well as with electronic health records provider Allscripts.
There is no word on how far along most of those talks have progressed, because Mount Sinai, Johns Hopkins, and Allscripts representatives have declined to comment on the report from Reuters. However, the Cleveland Clinic has said that its clinical solutions team is experimenting with HealthKit's beta. Doctors around the country are interested in finding ways to leverage data gathered by all of the quantified self products on the market, but it seems that few are convinced that Healthkit is the solution.