Your doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and other healthcare providers will send your information to the health record bank. Going forward, any new information collected by them will automatically be sent to the health record bank. You can also provide additional information yourself at any time.
All relevant past medical records will be entered into the health record bank. It is not necessary to transfer every data point in your lifetime medical record into the bank as most of that information is outdated. Your bank will contain all the updated medical information on you that is required by your care provider to maintain your health.
Your doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, and other healthcare providers will send your Each person will have their own account. Adults can manage their own accounts and those of their dependents, such as children or seniors. In addition, you can give permission to others to manage your account for you.
Each person will have their own account. Adults can manage their own accounts and those of their dependents, such as children or seniors. In addition, you can give permission to others to manage your account for you.
Only you and any doctors or healthcare providers that you designate will have access to your records. You may also give permission to others (such as family members) to see part or all of your records.
Upon enrollment, you will be given an eHealthTrust identity card. In an emergency situation, any authorized healthcare provider (e.g., hospital emergency room, ambulance service) can use the information on the card to access your information in your health record bank. eHealthTrust will keep a record of everyone accessing your record and report that back to you.
eHealthTrust members have complete control over who accesses their health record bank. Upon sign-up, you grant access to your doctors and any other healthcare providers. At any time, you can add or remove people from the list of those who can access your record.
No. However, you can opt-in to allow access to your information for the production of aggregate, anonymous reports for medical research. You must give us permission before we can release your information for use in research. In all cases, your personal information will be removed from the data and combined with others so that researchers cannot identify you. If the use of the data generates any revenue to eHealthTrust, that revenue will be shared with you. You will earn "interest" on the information in your medical record bank.
There are two ways your doctors contribute to your health record bank: If your doctor uses an electronic medical record, the information is automatically sent to your account, or if your doctor uses a paper-based system, your record must be faxed to us where it is converted into an electronic image and stored in your health record bank account.
Providing a comprehensive, up-to-date medical record to your doctor when he/she is treating you helps ensure that you receive only necessary tests and treatments. In addition, this reduces the likelihood of duplicate testing due to unavailability of previously reported test results. All these help reduce the cost of medical care while improving the quality delivered.
Our records are portable. eHealthTrust will give them to you in electronic form at your request. Your records are always accessible no matter what medical record software your provider uses. Your information is stored in an international standards-based format allowing for easy access by most computer systems.
Our focus is to offer you services that help you remain healthy. Therefore, eHealthTrust offer reminders for prescription refills, appointments, procedures, and wellness activities. In addition, with eHealthTrust Emergency Room/Peace of Mind Alerts, loved-ones are notifed in case you have an unscheduled visit to the emergency room.
Following lessons learned from the United States Department of Defense and national security agencies, all of your information is encrypted and protected by an ID number, password and encrypted PIN. Your information is stored in electronic isolation from other subscribers so that a breach of security in one account does not impact any other subscriber. In addition, eHealthTrust provides the highest levels of physical and virtual security and undergo outside security audits on a regular basis.
Doctors do their best when they have comprehensive medical information about their patients. By having a health record bank, your doctor is able to provide you with more accurate and better care, also reducing costs. It will save lives, money and hassle.
If you allow your information to be anonymously gathered together with other subscribers and be used for research purposes, scientists will be better able to better track diseases and identify best treatments.
These products do not provide an easy way to generate a complete medical record. Much of the data entered into these systems is done by you. Your eHealthTrust health record bank connects directly with all providers. This removes the burden from you of keeping the information up-to-date and complete. In addition, eHealthTrust is not in the business of selling products. The sole focus of eHealthTrtust is on providing you with a private and secure health record bank that you control.
Although eHealthTrust is for-profit organization, eHealthTrust has partnered with a local, non-profit community organization that will substantially share in any profits while providing guidance on how eHealthTrust operates to best serve the community.
By agreeing to share your data anonymously (your identifying information is removed before it is shared), you will receive a portion of any revenue generated through the sharing of that information for research purposes. In addition, you also may be able to earn interest by agreeing to join a clinical trial. Sharing of data is completely optional and your decision on how your data is used can be changed at any time.
Yes. Your eHealthTrust account allows your doctor to have access to all the information that would normally be provided on registration forms you often get when visiting the doctor. As your account does not store insurance information, you may need to provide that information upon registration in your doctor's office.
Complete medical records help your doctor reduce unnecessary and duplicate testing while providing you with better care. This reduces the healthcare costs for your community while upgrading the quality of care. In addition, any medical research obtained from use of your data helps everyone.