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Hot New Medical Product Needs Distributors & Reps
Posted by: VP Sales (Host IP Logged)
Date: May 04, 2009 06:06AM

Attention Distributors and Representatives,

I would like to present a product that would allow you offer a complete emergency solution to your customers – The MedMemory Personal Health Record. The MedMemory PHR is a low acquisition cost product with an excellent margins that can be a significant source of additional revenue. The MedMemory PHR is the future medial records and the next great advancement of the concept started by the medical ID bracelet. The MedMemory PHR is the only product on the market that combines a flash drive with a HIPAA compliant web portal and a concierge service that can assist users in loading their medical data.

Why Promote A MedMemory PHR?

You would be one of the first to offer the convenience of portable Personal Heath Record your customers.

MedMemory provides protection and peace of mind in and away form the home and you would be one of the first to offer a complete emergency medical solution.

MedMemory PHR is an inexpensive item when purchased in quantity and can be Co-Branded to increase sales and customer retention.

Proof of the MedMemory PHR value proposition is that is was developed by Yale University physicians for their patients.

The MedMemory PHR program is very user friendly and requires only limited computer knowledge.

A concierge service is available for a small fee to assist customers in developing their PHR as well as obtaining their medical records from their physicians if necessary.

The MedMemory Program allows the user to build a complete medical profile that can be accessed in an emergency via the flash drive

The program includes a document upload feature so all types of critical documents can be stored such a MRI’s, EKG’s, Insurance cards, living wills, Deeds and much more.

Online and phone technical support is available.

MeMemory is password protected and encrypted for safety and is also HIPAA compliant

The MedMemory Program runs on any Windows base PC with a USB port and Internet access. Program updates are free to registered users.

Why You Need MedMemory Personal Heath Record Today!

In An Emergency: Critical medical information about your conditions, medications, allergies and advanced directives are available in a flash!

Routine Physician Visit: prevent errors, save time and insure accuracy while at your physician’s offices.

Control Your Information: Have access and control of your own medical and legal records! You control what information is viewable via our data locked or unlocked feature.

Assist Your Physician’s: Avoid confusion and errors between multiple doctors by having available your complete medical file.

Save On Medical Expenses. Decrease your out of pocket health care costs due to redundant expensive medical testing.

Peace Of Mind: Avoid relying on hospital and physician record keeping.

Tax Deductible: MedMemory can be deducted as a health care expense!

Physician Designed And Owned: Designed by physicians from the Yale University School of Medicine for their patients.

Easy To Use: The MedMemory program is very user friendly and intuitive (no computer skills required).

True Client Support: Online and phone based technical support and a concierge data loading service are standing by to assist you.

Endorsed By President Obama: President Obama declared that electronic health records could..."cut waste, eliminate red tape, and reduce the need to repeat expensive medical tests." It just won't save billions of dollars and thousands of jobs -- it will save lives by reducing the deadly but preventable medical errors that pervade our health care system."


1. CRITICAL INFORMATION: Identifying Information, Allergies, Current Medications, And Current Medical Conditions.

2. DOCTOR'S NOTES: General Practitioners, Specialists, Dentists Notes and Records, Optometrist Notes and Records

3. LABORATORY RESULTS: Blood sugar measurements, cholesterol levels, blood pressure measurements, etc...

4. IMAGING STUDIES: X-rays, Ultrasounds, MRI, CT, PET, and other imaging studies.

5. OTHER MEDICAL STUDIES: EKG Studies, Pulmonary Function Tests.

6. PERSONAL RECORDS: Exercise Logs


2001, Institute of medicine (IOM) report:

98,000 people die each year because of medical errors, and that when a patient is treated by several practitioners, they often do not have complete information about the medicines prescribed or about the medical histories. Medical-Memory will decrease the incidence of incomplete info. Health April 2000 the Journal of the American Medical Association... reports that as many as 98,000 people die each year from medical errors in American hospitals.

4/4/08 HealthCare IT News:

Physicians see digital records as key to healthcare reform. 46 percent of physicians believe that automating patient records is key to streamlining healthcare and driving reform. The 26-question survey, titled "Jackson & Coker's 2008 Healthcare Professionals' Opinions on Presidential Health Plans," was e-mailed during March to thousands of physicians and health professionals across the country.

Medical errors resulted in 238,337 potentially preventable deaths of Medicare patients, report suggests.


(4/8, Preidt) reported, "From 2004 through 2006, patient safety errors resulted in 238,337 potentially preventable deaths of U.S. Medicare patients," according to findings from the fifth annual Patient Safety in American Hospitals Study. The investigators analyzed "41 million Medicare patient records" for the study, which found that "[o]f the 270,491 deaths that occurred among patients who experienced one or more patient safety incidents, 238,337 were potentially preventable."

Furthermore, "1.12 million patient-safety incidents occurred in 41 million hospitalizations among Medicare patients, costing the country's largest payer $8.8 billion between 2004 and 2006," Modern Healthcare (4/8, DerGurahian) added.

American Hospital Association. Hospital Statistics. 2004 edition. Chicago, IL: Health Forum, LLC;2004 The American Hospital Association lists the following as some common types of medications errors: incomplete patient information (not knowing about patients' allergies, other medicines they are taking, previous diagnoses, and lab results, for example) Health April 2000 The Institute of Medicine (IOM) last November claimed more people die in American hospitals from medical mistakes than die nationwide from better known causes including highway accidents, breast cancer, or AIDS.

American College of Emergency Physicians© Children with special health care needs Fact Sheets from Even Children with easily recognized problems might be difficult to treat when a physician is unfamiliar with their medical histories. Parents of children with special needs must have a mechanism in place to relay essential medical information about their child to emergency health care providers, regardless of their presence or immediate capabilities.

Medical errors Deadly Drug Mistakes Common in Seniors. Matthew Herper, Forbes Magazine Older Americans being treated outside the hospital are likely to suffer from adverse effects due to their medicine, according to a study published in today's Journal of the American Medical Association. One-quarter of these problems--which are often life threatening--are caused by preventable medical errors, the study says.

The Institute of Medicine (IOM) last November claimed more people die in American hospitals from medical mistakes than die nationwide from better known causes including highway accidents, breast cancer or AIDS.

2003 National Center for Health Statistics CDC™ Older Americans have the highest rate of visits to the emergency department with about 60 visits for every 100 persons.