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  • Re: Sorting Names of Physicians

    Sorting is done by last name.&nbsp; Please note that even though HealthFrame lets you enter the provider name as you wish (first name first or last name first) it internally tries to assign the 'name parts'.&nbsp; Please see picture below and note what happens when I expand the name section, by clicking on the double down arrow. So, if you enter ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on April 4, 2007
  • Re: List Limitations

    Dear Esther, We have tried to reproduce the problem you describe, by adding a handful of fictitious doctors to one of our sample personal health records.&nbsp; Please note in the image below that when the customization list gets very large, ''up'' and a ''down'' arrows show up in the list.&nbsp; You can use those to scroll through the list and ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on April 4, 2007
  • Re: Individual Provider and Organization Addresses

    Thank you for the suggestion.&nbsp; We'll forward your idea to our development team for possible inclusion in future releases. One quick question, though organizations rarely ''move'', it happens sometimes.&nbsp; Do you see this working like a ''same as'' type flag, so that if the organization ''moves'', it would automatically impact the address ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on April 4, 2007
  • Re: Visit Reporting

    To install the OpenHealth Service Plug-In, unzip/uncompress and double click on the .OHSD file. Thanks,Support Team
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on April 4, 2007
  • Re: Visit Reporting

    Does this look like what you're looking for?&nbsp; (See picture below). This only does a report without co-pays.&nbsp; We'll add a report including co-pays, if this is OK... Thanks for the feedback,Support Team
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on April 4, 2007
  • Re: Response Notification

    Dear Esther, You can configure your HealthFrame User Community account so that you receive email notification for replies to your posts.&nbsp; (Please see configuration shown in image below).&nbsp; In order to get to that screen, please make sure that (1) login as yourself; (2) look at the top of the page, where it says Signed in as Esther625 ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on April 4, 2007
  • Re: Questions

    Dear Maria, Thank you for your interest in HealthFrame. 1. As stated in our Privacy Policy (, Records For Living does not store any customer's health information.&nbsp; By giving you access to and complete control of your medical records we hope that you will save your ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 27, 2007
  • Re: ..a few questions

    Dear Emil, Thank you for your interest in HealthFrame. 1. You may be interested in reading this thread in our Community Forum: Applicable to Canadians? - That thread may already answer some of your questions. If not, was there something in particular you would look for in a Canadian ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 27, 2007
  • Re: Current Data Location

    Thank you for your suggestion. We will consider it.But - please understand - that the HealthFrame Repository is a database - which can be shared among many users. The 'My Documents' folder is really a link to a per-user folder on your computer. If we stored data in 'My Documents' - then if two users (e.g. you and your wife) logged into your ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 26, 2007
  • National Library of Medicine: Patient Medical Records Survey

    The United States National Library of Medicine (National Institutes of Health)&nbsp;is conducting a survey assessing patients' experience with reviewing their&nbsp;medical information records:&nbsp; HealthFrame users tend to be individuals who are active participants in their healthcare management, frequently tracking ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 2, 2007
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