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  • Re: Insurance EOB

    Thank you for your interest in HealthFrame. &nbsp; In the 1.x version of HealthFrame, you can attach scanned copies of the EOB to the appropriate medical event (e.g. visit, test, etc).&nbsp; In the 1.x version, you can also track your medical expenses in the notes sections of these forms. &nbsp; HealthFrame 2.0 will have improved support for ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 24, 2006
  • Re: Report for health measurement

    What you need to do is once you enter the test page, click on the button to the right of the Type text field.&nbsp; You will see by default a list of common tests, like weight, blood lipids (cholesterol), etc. (See picture below) When you select one of those, the measurements section will pre-fill with the appropriate fields for those ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: Keeping records of bill payments

    Dear Jan, &nbsp; You should be happy to hear that we will have some support for expense &nbsp;tracking and management in future versions of HealthFrame. &nbsp; Thanks,Support Team Records For Living, Inc.
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: HealthFrame-Screen Resize

    Dear Jan, &nbsp; When you buy the program, we will send you a product code key and the program will stay the same, all your data will be kept; nothing will be lost.&nbsp; Thanks, Support Team Records For Living, Inc.
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: Emergency card, screen display and PHR for my wife

    Dear Jan, &nbsp; Youre welcome!&nbsp; Were happy to help. &nbsp; The reason youre being asked to buy the product, is probably because you only have a demo version.&nbsp; Once you buy a license for HealthFrame (either the electronic version or the CD), you will be given a license # that you can use to activate HealthFrame.&nbsp; Note that ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: HealthFrame Set-up

    With HealthFrame each person gets as separate personal health record (PHR).&nbsp; When you started HealthFrame for the first time, you saw a dialog where you entered your name.&nbsp; That created your own personal health record. &nbsp; To add a separate record for your wife, the easiest thing to do is to re-start the program, but instead of ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: Storing test result page

    You can store a scanned lab result using attachments. Please take the following steps: 1. Scan lab result to your computer. This should generate a scan file (sometimes .pdf, .bmp, .png, .gif, .jpg, or other format) 2. Click on the navigator panel (on the left) on the Health / Tests button 3. When the Tests page comes up, click on the Add New ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: Health Frame Software Information

    The version you see on our website 1.0.3 is the most recent version.&nbsp; &nbsp; HealthFrame 2.0 will be available later this year and your data will be automatically converted to the new release. &nbsp; You can purchase the CD version of HealthFrame for $ 49.95.&nbsp; The electronic version (i.e. no CD) can be purchased for $ ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 19, 2006
  • Re: USB Key device?

    Thank you for the information you provided about your browser.&nbsp; The remainder of the answers below in green. Support Team Records For Living, Inc. ... You are correct that the XML file is not meant to be viewed by a doctor, directly.&nbsp; It is merely a mechanism that allows programs to exchange ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 16, 2006
  • Re: USB Key device?

    Were sorry that you are unable to open the FAQ question.&nbsp; Maybe you can help us figure out the incompatibility problem: What browser are you using? What version?&nbsp; What platform? &nbsp;If you had been able to see the text, it would have said: &nbsp;Can I put my records on a USB-key device? The easiest way to accomplish this is for ...
    Posted to HealthFrame Discussion (Forum) by on March 16, 2006
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