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Access to your medical records can make your life easier!

By Shanti Aboitiz

Even with the great strides made by information technology, we are still accustomed to having our medical records scattered around the country, in different doctor's offices and on paper. It is time for this to change! There are countless instances in everyday life when things could be made easier by having 24 hour access to our medical records. Think of facing a medical emergency while you are traveling, or changing your primary care doctor when you move to a different city.  Avoiding hassles when subscribing to a new health insurance or the use of memory when seeing a specialist are other examples! 

If you are ready to make this change in your life, Healthjump can be the tool for you! Our online health management platform provides different tools to request medical records from your doctors, or to upload paper records on to a digital format. Furthermore, you can use Healthjump to store and access all your family's medical records using a single user name and password! 

Create an account at Healthjump and search for your doctors to request your records. Or check out the Healthjump mobile app at the Apple Store or the Google Play Store.

If you would like to know more about the benefits Healthjump has for patients, take the Patient Tour.

Getting set up will take a few minutes, but the effort will be well worth it. Think of the possibilities of having permanent access, wherever you are, to all your medical records and those of your family, just one touch away on your mobile device. It is now possible, don't wait!


by Shanti Aboitiz

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