E-MedStick Dramatically Reduces HealthCare Costs as Prescribe by President Obama; Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Meets the 2015 Paperless Mandate

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The Medstick Corporation announces today the advanced E-MedStick - under intense development since 2005 by a hand-picked team of Healthcare Information and healthcare industry experts.

The Medstick Corporation announces today the advanced E-MedStick - under intense development since 2005 by a hand-picked team of Healthcare Information and healthcare industry experts.

E-Medstick enables one to have their own Electronic Medical Records (EMR) from all their healthcare providers with them at all times; virtually anywhere in the world and can be translated into 14+ languages.

An advanced device, the E-MedStick imprinted with electronic medical records of each patient and made available to each healthcare provider, so the provider does not have to implement their own EMR system.

This quoted from the Phoenix Business Journal 9-11-2009; "PricewaterhouseCoopers figures show installing an EMR system could cost a three-physician private practice between $173,000 and $296,000. The cost for hospitals would be exponentially higher".
http://phoenix.bizjournals.com/phoenix/stories/2009/09/14/story6.html

These same physicians can simply direct their patients to contact a representative at:http://e-medstick.com/index.htm

Patients can register in the privacy of their homes; anyone can have their electronic medical records (EMR) mailed to them inside a week at a very affordable price; only $18.95 per year (plus a one-time accounts setup fee of $20)

The Electronic medical record (EMR) device contains a landing page and shows the following information to greatly expedite emergency response times as required.

Basic data as required by all ET, ER and paramedics; such as name, age, address, gender, blood type, current health concerns, medications, allergies to medications, past medical history, past surgical history, healthcare providers, and emergency contacts.

Other data; such as life style and legal data; such as, Wills for instance, and of course all images; MRI, X-Rays, and more may be included.

The ease of use by any healthcare provider does not require access to the Internet or a data vault, because all the information is self-contained within the E-Medstick and may be updated after each doctor visit; it focuses upon the patient at hand; enabling the healthcare provider to have available to them and their staffs the latest patient data in an easy to use electronic medical record form - meeting the 2015 mandated requirements.

The E-MedStick is not just convenience; it's a critical safety tool for everyone.

E-MedStick is a very tangible and unique benefit that healthcare providers and clients/patients will recognize and appreciate. This device is ready to be implemented now! http://e-medstick.com/index.htm

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