The My eMHR Program has been specifically developed to provide every individual the right of ownership of their medical records and associated information.

Do It For Your Family

You owe it to your family to have every piece of medical related information available for use by care providers, whenever and wherever it is needed to include Directives as to what is to be done, and possibly more important, what is not to be done in the event of an emergency.

Attention All Disabled Military Service Personnel

ISeeYouCare and our partner MTI are proud to announce a new program called the Virtual Lifetime Personal Health Record (VLPHR). Every disabled military veteran will be provided with a Free Subscription to the My eMHR Gold Membership as our way of saying: "Thank you for your service and your sacrifice. May God richly bless you and yours all the days of your life".

Do It For Your Employees

The My eMHR makes a wonderful addition to your existing employee benefits package. Dollar for dollar, it will outperform every other benefit you presently provide to your employees. Other than that, it could actually make the difference in the overall health of your employees and possibly, their families. Give us a call today at 866-456-8653 to discuss how this remarkable employee benefit program can change the way you look at both short and long term employee relations.

Most Importantly, Do It For Yourself!

The health care system is changing. With the use of electronic medical records, there is more information being captured and recorded on individuals than ever before. The problem is most of this information is sitting in "silos" belonging to either the healthcare industry, State or Federal agencies, or others. These systems do not talk to each other! If you need your data in an emergency situation in any place other than your local hospital based physicians group, you most likely will never receive that data. The My eMHR Solution represents the only solution to the issue of interoperability in the world to date!
"The value of having your medical history information available in an emergency can mean the difference between life and death in a worst case scenario, or simply, prolonged recovery in other situations. The value of "information" about your allergies, what medications you're taking, past surgical procedures you've undergone, past or present illnesses' you've been diagnosed with, or simply relevant issues about your family's health history are all vital pieces of information that care providers need to know!"
Robbie Solinger, MD