ihealth -- an interactive site that you can....
...store all your personal med record information confidentially! :)
Cool site. Here's what the "about" page has to say...
About the iHealthRecord
By investing just a few minutes to create an iHealthRecord, you can feel confident that you'll have comprehensive health information for you and the ones you care for (your spouse, children, parents or other loved ones) whenever you may need it. The iHealthRecord is a no-cost, secure and confidential interactive record that allows you to store, update and share health information with your physician or in an emergency situation.
The iHealthRecord is simple and quick. It's easy to create, update and access your iHealthRecord online.
You can store all of your health information in one place. By keeping all of your :health information in one place, you can ensure accurate, comprehensive information can be provided to physicians and other healthcare providers when needed.
Confidence in the privacy and security of your information.. The privacy of your iHealthRecord will be overseen by the iHealth Alliance, a not-for-profit advisory board whose mission is to protect the interests of physicians and patients.
You control access. You can share your health information with whomever you choose, including physicians and family members, whenever needed because you control access to your iHealthRecord.
Carry important information with you. You can print a wallet card to carry important health information with you at all times.
Participate in education programs. Based on your condition and medication information, you will begin receiving education programs from trusted health authorities including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the American Heart Association (AHA), and the nation's leading medical societies.
No cost to you. There is no cost to create an iHealthRecord-it is free for every American.
Available through physicians. The iHealthRecord is already widely available today on 100,000 physician web sites. Check to see if your doctor offers the iHealthRecord.