Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) November 1, 2007
Doclopedia, the online health care organizer and marketplace, has partnered with HSAeducator.com, the online Health Savings Account community. Doclopedia, known for its HSA Tracker which gives consumers the ability to track their Healthcare expenses, and HSAeducator.com, the emerging informational site dedicated to promoting consumer based health care will work together to bring awareness, education and information on HSA's to the public. Both Doclopedia and HSAeducator are free to the public.
By signing up for a free account at http://www.doclopedia.com , health savings account users are able to input expenses relating to doctor visits, prescriptions, diagnostic tests, and durable goods into their account. Doclopedia will store the information and list it by health care provider, IRS category, and medical diagnosis. The HSA Tracker features a drop down window with categories of items allowed for deduction by the IRS, prompting health savings account holders with items that are allowed for deduction by the IRS. Doclopedia also offers a free Personal Electronic Medical Record, which is secure, portable and efficient.
HSAeducator.com is an online community for people interested in or using health savings accounts. It helps consumers, employers, and health insurance agents learn more about Heath Savings Accounts and High Deductible Health Plans, while also facilitating a forum where consumers can talk about their HSA experiences, and keep up to date on the latest HSA news and policies.
"At Doclopedia, we believe that education will be a major factor in promoting and adopting consumer driven healthcare," said Charles Spannagel, Director of Marketplace Development for Doclopedia. "With a site like HSAeducator.com, consumers are able to educate themselves on HSA's, and really learn how to use the product. When you pair that with our HSA Tracker and MY Doclopedia medical record, you have a free synergistic approach to managing your own healthcare."
Doclopedia is currently offering a marketplace where consumers can shop for doctor visits, lab work, diagnostic testing, and surgeries in Phoenix, Arizona. The site offers pricing for medical services, and will soon expand its marketplace to other cities around the country. Doclopedia has previously partnered with Drugstore.com.