What does cost?

Our life saving service starts at only $11.95 per year for your entire family...that's less than $1.00 per month! As part of your membership, you can allow your personal health information to be viewed and printed out to any Physician; access data with a smart phone or cell phone with internet access; and create or print an MR247-911 Emergency Access Card. After your visit, your doctor can even update results back to your account, so you can keep your medical records up-to-date. You can also scan paper documents to your account and view them online in the future.

Remember, you can manage yourself, your spouse, your children, parents, grandparents, and co-workers whose healthcare you help manage.

Can I take a free test drive and view your services?

Yes, you can take a Free Test Drive of our services by logging in here using this information.....
username - demo
password - password

Will I will be able to access my personal health records once I sign-up?

No...we are a secure online depository for your medical records. You cannot access your medical records from doctors offices and hospitals by simplying signing-up for our service.

Is there a money back guarantee?

Yes, of course! If you are not happy with our services, you may cancel at any questions asked and no long term contracts!

Are there any Contracts to sign?

No, does not require you to enter into long term contracts. You can simply cancel our life saving service at anytime. We even offer a 30 Day 100% money back guarantee!

What is a Emergency Access Card?

Shortly after users have completed their Personal Medical Record, they will be able to printout a wallet sized card that could be used in any urgent situation. This card (MedicalRecords247 Emergency Access Card) contains the most important information that an emergency responder will need to know about your health to determine the best course of treatment for you. The MedicalRecords247 Emergency Access Card provides emergency responders with temporary, secure, read-only access to your record. This enables emergency responders to get your vital health information ASAP without trying to locate and contact family members. The Emergency Access Card can also be life saving when you or a loved one is unconscious or unable to speak!

How much information should I enter into my personal health record?

Since you are in complete control of your personal health record, how much information you store is up to you. You can store a list of allergies, vaccinations, and current prescriptions, plus illness and accident history, and any other pertinent information in your record. As the owner of your record, you can choose to store as much or as little medical information as you need. But remember, better information translates to better care.

How can I make the most of my account?

Use the account for better healthcare. Enter as much information as you can in your record. If you need more information about a particular condition, ask your doctor for that information at your next office visit. Think of your doctor as your partner in healthcare; print a copy of the information contained in your account and ask him/her to review it and make suggestions. You can use to help yourself and the people you care for define their health issues and family medical history. You may also give your health care provider (i.e. doctor, allergist, chiropractor, etc.) limited read-only access to your personal health records by having your doctor register for free with us.

I don't have a regular family doctor. Can I still subscribe to the service?

Yes. is available to anyone and everyone, so you can use it even if you do not have a regular family doctor.

What kind of computer do I need to use

You need access to a computer connected to the Internet. For best results, use the newest browser version your computer will support. We recommend using Internet Explorer. However, Macintosh users need OS system 7.5 or later, and can use Netscape 7.0 or Internet Explorer 5.0 or newer. PC users may use Internet Explorer 6.0, Fire fox 1.0, or Netscape 7.0 or newer. For AOL, use Version 8.0 or newer. The browser must support 128-bit encryption. For some features of, JavaScript functionality must be turned on in your browser.

How should I choose my password?

Choosing a password is your responsibility. Your password helps you keep your information private and secure. Here are some important things to remember when you are choosing a password:

  • Change your password every few months.
  • Use a password that is difficult for someone to guess, but easy for you to remember.
  • Your password should be at least five characters long.
  • Use a combination of letters and numbers.
  • Don't use your birthday, a family name, a pet name, or other information that might be easy for someone to guess.
  • Do not tell anyone your password.
  • Remember to log out when you leave any personal computer.

How do I choose a password hint?

The password hint is used to remind you of your password, should you forget it. Your password hint should remind you of your password, but it should not contain or give away your password.

How do I start building my new personal health record?

  1. Start with your medical conditions, allergies and medications first, as these are the most prominent items that will be needed in an emergency.
  2. Gather your paper copies of medical records. Start with copies of the most recent information first then gradually add both current and past information as it becomes available to you.
  3. Remember that all medical information about you that a doctor or hospital has is yours and that you have the right to obtain a copy of it.
  4. You may want to contact your doctor and ask to receive copies of your medical records. You may also want to ask your doctor which parts of your medical records are the most useful for your new Medicalrecords24/ health record history.
  5. A healthcare Proxy should be part of your record they are usually available from your doctor or hospital and sometimes thru the internet check your state laws. This will be help if you hurt and injured and cannot make decisions for yourself. (Do we give access to the proxy?)
  6. When you first begin using take your time and think about the types of information or notes that are the most important to you and/or your family. You do not need to use medical terminology when you enter information into your record; just describe your history using your own words. If you're not sure of the correct name for a condition, enter your best guess, then use the description boxes to enter an explanation in as much detail as possible.

Does my doctor need to subscribe to in order for me to use the service?

No. You can share your information with your doctor, whether or not he/she subscribes. If your doctor is interested in subscribing , which is free for doctors, please direct them here to our Doctor Registration page.

How can I share my information with my doctor?

Once you've created your record, you can select the portions of the record that you want your doctor to have. You can then print them our send them to a storage device that you can bring to your doctor. You always have total control over the information that you choose to make available to your doctor.

How does my doctor use my information?

Your file does not replace your current records at your doctor's office. It is simply an alternate way for you to communicate your personal health information to your doctor before or after each visit.

Can my doctor share my information?

Your doctor uses only the information that you choose to provide to him or her. Your doctor (and his or her medical staff) cannot share your information in any manner without your expressed permission.

Can I use to provide information to my doctor if I am away from home?

Yes, is available anytime and from virtually any location in the world. Because is Web-based, you can access it from any computer with Internet access, so it doesn't matter if you're on vacation, at work, or at home, you can access your information and have it sent to your doctor.

Do I need to know medical terms or have any special medical knowledge to use

You don't need any special medical knowledge to use You can explain your health conditions in in the same way that you would explain them to your doctor. Your doctor may want to call as they have done in past other healthcare providers or hospitals to obtain more information which is routinely done in medical practice today. Your doctor will be able to spend more time caring for you then chasing down information with service.

How can my information help me if there is an emergency?

In the event of an emergency, you can quickly access your most important health information and select the information that could be useful to your treatment. This information may also serve physicians in different specialties when an emergency occurs. Remember, your information is only as up-to-date as you keep it, so it is important to add to your information regularly. In addition, you can print out a summary of your health information and keep a copy with you in case of an emergency. Users can print out Medicalrecords24/7 Emergency Access Card that gives emergency responders one-time, read-only access to the

Is information confidential and secure?

Our site uses the same type of Secure Socket Layer (SSL) and HackerSafe account security used by many major retailers and financial institutions. Furthermore, our site's security is approved by GoDaddy, the dominant certificate authority on the World Wide Web. Your information is also stored behind a "firewall" that protects your information from unauthorized users. We also subsribe to HackerSafe which scans our website daily to ensure that it is secure from hackers and secure. Your record is further protected with your personal log-in and password and is not accessible to anyone without your knowledge, so long as you keep your log-in and password confidential. You are the only person who can ever see, create, change, or delete your record. The only users who will have access to your information are you and the physicians with whom you agree to share your will never share any of your personal information, including your email address, without your expressed permission.

Will my insurance company have access to my account?

Insurance companies will not have access to your account, or any of the personal information in it, unless you send the information to them. Insurance companies tend to rely on their own claims information for the patients they insure. However, because many insurance companies recognize the value of promoting accurate health-information exchange between patient and physician.

What happens if I lose my password?

When you register, you will be asked to provide a "secret question" to which only you will know the answer. You will also be asked to supply with the answer. If you should lose your password, call us at 516-433-8700. We'll ask you the "secret question." If the answer you give matches what we have on file, we'll reset your password for you instantly.

What happens if I get locked out of my account?

As a security measure, your account will automatically lock up if the wrong password is entered more than five times in succession. Email us at or call us at 516-433-8700 at if you need us to unlock your account for you.

What happens if I change my e-mail address?

If you change your e-mail address, simply log in to your record and update your information. This way, your doctor will have your most recent e-mail address the next time that he or she receives a fax or communication over the Internet from your account.