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MyMedicalRecords to Debut new PHR Smartphone and Tablet Apps at HIMSS 2012


MMRGlobal, the company behind MyMedicalRecords.com, announced today that it plans to debut new smartphone and tablet applications at the 2012 HIMSS conference in Las Vegas February 20-24.

The new apps being showcased are its MyMedicalRecords Personal Health Record (PHR) and Emergency View Portal applications, which both work across smartphones and tablets running Android.  Last week we covered the launch of the MyMedicalRecords prepaid PHR card that was introduced at the Consumer Electronics Show, which features what the company calls a “Lifeline telephone number.”   In the case of the prepaid PHR service, these Lifeline numbers are used to allow one’s physicians to send in health records and other information which are then centralized in a single PHR.

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MyMedicalRecords.com Debuts Prepaid Personal Health Record Card at CES


MyMedicalRecords.com Debuts Prepaid Personal Health Record Card at CESOne of the bright spots in terms of digital health at this year’s CES was a new prepaid Personal Health Record (PHR) card introduced by MyMedicalRecords.com.  While it sounds simple enough, the idea behind the service is pretty powerful.

Debuted in the Alcatel-Lucent booth at CES, the card will be offered at retail stores like grocery stores, supermarkets, drug stores, etc. and will be redeemable for a PHR account on the MyMedicalRecords.com platform.  This platform, like any other PHR, provides cloud-based storage of personal health information for a family up to 10.

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iTriage Announces Integration With Microsoft HealthVault PHRs


The folks behind iTriage, the popular mHealth consumer application, have announced a new integration with HealthVault, Microsoft’s digital Personal Health Record (PHR) platform.

Touted as the first and only “one-stop health app,” iTriage bills itself as the world leader in “symptom-to-provider” pathway technology, allowing users to not only find out what’s wrong with them, but also where to go for treatment.  The integration with PHRs will round out its functionality to create a pretty powerful end-to-end mHealth consumer application, with HealthVault integration likely the first of many.

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