OLDME Personal Health Records
by: Eddie Hearns • 2
Store all your personal health record information as either encrypted codes (i.e., Diagnosis [DX], Common Procedure Terminology [CPT-4], and/or Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System [HCPCS] II codes) or documents in a secure and central location that can be accessed for anywhere in the world with internet access. In addition, store all your insurance policies (i.e., health, disability, life, automobile). What about sensitive documents (Trust, Advanced Directives, Contracts, Doctor Notes, Curriculum Vitae, etc.)? We suggest you password protect your documents on your personal computer and upload the documents to our secure server. This makes it virtually impossible to access because the key is not on the computer. A strong password protected document prevents malicious attacks from occurring.
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