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Patients

Experience better healthcare management with a secure, online personal health record. Request your medical records from any doctor in the United States. 

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Practices

Harness the power of online communications with patients, peers and vendors while gaining invaluable insight into the clinical and financial data that could greatly improve business and health outcomes. 

The Healthjump Network

Become a contributing part of the interoperability solution and streamline your development efforts into our open API engine, or find out how you can start connecting with your vendors and clients with ease. Leverage Healthjump’s platform to connect to your client’s data regardless of their IT infrastructure, size of their practice, enterprise or network, and without straining their budget.

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Our Clients

  • Penn Medicine
  • The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics
  • Trinity Health
  • Virtua for Lide
  • Premier
  • First State Orthopaedic
  • ATI Physical Therapy
  • Allergy & Asthma Center
  • HCS

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Ways to make technology integration easier for your patients

Personal health records (PHR) and patient portals have huge benefits for patient care. However, some of the most vulnerable groups of patients face barriers to using these technologies. A 2014 study measured the Internet use of 19,000 Americans age 65 or older who did not reside in nursing

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The Patient First Approach in Health IT Innovation

Anyone that is unfortunate enough to have to deal with a mental or physical health condition knows that managing symptoms is a daily obligation. Doctor visits will be more frequent with an ongoing condition, and at best, a patient may get 15-20 minutes with their care provider every 3 or 4 months depending on the necessity of follow up care. So the other 99% of the time, patients are left to fend for themselves with a visit summary document or some personal notes to navigate the management of their condition.

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Medical mistakes that could have been prevented with more data

The sad reality is that sometimes, a visit to the hospital or a healthcare provider can make patients more sick. A famous 1998 study, "To Err is Human: Building a Safer Health System," by the Institute of Medicine unnerved the medical community with its assertion that 98,000 Americans die from medical errors each year.

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