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What is an EHR?

An EHR (electronic health record) can provide lifesaving information to first responders and other healthcare professionals. Protect yourself and your family by storing your personal health information online. In a medical emergency when every second counts, AlwaysMed can provide vital data in the event you or a loved one is unable to speak. The valuable information stored in your EHR can also help prevent medical errors, allow for coordinated healthcare and assist with making important decisions. Our proprietary software allows you to easily store, update and retrieve your medical health records 24/7, anytime and anywhere in the world provided you have access to the Internet.

In addition, our Premium Member account allows you to store your records on a USB flash drive so your medical information is always with you. Our service and website are secure and HIPAA Compliant to assure your electronic health record remains confidential. Be sure to ask your doctor about what is an EHR if you require more information. Or feel free to contact us with any questions.

Why choose AlwaysMed?

Our basic service is free so you have nothing to lose. Other services deliver only a fraction of the full potential of EHR. Here's why AlwaysMed stands far above all the other services:
The Most Effective Approach

We offer the most effective and logical approach to personal health information management using our highly versatile and organized medical Vault system in combination with an electronic health record.
Advanced Proprietary Technology

AlwaysMed never uses third party data storage systems, thereby safeguarding the privacy of your medical information.
Greater Flexibility
We offer a flexible fee schedule that is based on your level of usage of the service, whether extensive or just occasional. Why pay monthly fees on a continuing basis when no ongoing services are required?
The Most Complete and Comprehensive Service

We offer a personal health information service that is comprehensive and detailed. Antiquated methods of communicating health information, such as bracelets or necklaces, may not contain adequate information in case of a real emergency.
True Security and Privacy

AlwaysMed was founded and created with the goal of protecting health information and patients' privacy. We safeguard the privacy of all pre-existing conditions that may jeopardize future health insurance coverage.
We Can Do All the Work For You

In these times of rapid and unpredictable change in the American Healthcare system, we take the uncertainty out of handling your medical records. If you choose, we can also contact your healthcare providers on your behalf and collect all of your medical information. We require your permission and contact information for each healthcare provider.

Sign up for free to become a member of AlwaysMed. Please email  us for more information on the benefits of storing your personal health information with us.


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