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Welcome to the December Newsletter!
This is the fourth of 4 quarterly Newsletters you received this year!
As we move into the holiday season and toward the end of the year, we took some time to reflect on our big moments in 2009 and thought, why not share our top 15 moments with you? We’re proud of what we do here at American Medical ID and sometimes we just can’t help letting the world know!
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Welcome to the Fall Newsletter!
This is the third of 4 quarterly Newsletters you will receive thisyear!
American Medical ID will soon market the first ever engravable USB Dog Tag ID necklace. Engrave your most important medical highlights on the external surface of the USB Dog Tag ID…house your more detailed information on the form provided inside the ID on the USB drive. It’s the perfect combination of the tried and true and newer technology.
You’ve probably begun to hear a lot of buzz surrounding personal health records. What are these and how could one benefit you? In one of our recent Health News Briefs we featured a great article on personal health records. The article explained the benefits and, possibly, even the drawbacks to having your own pesonal health record. The most important thing to remember is that YOU are in control of your health information.
Read the complete article from the Mayo Clinic: Personal Health Record: A Tool for Managing Your Health.
This is our first blog. Actually, this is my first blog as well. And I hate to admit that the first draft was actually written out on paper. So please forgive me if we break any rules regarding this format. But we have had a voice for a long time, and certainly been a part of the conversation in health care for quite some time. Unfortunately for many, medical IDs have long been “under the radar”…an afterthought…an admission to anyone living with diabetes or heart disease that they live with something that, at times can control them, no matter how in-control they may feel.