We all know how important health is. Health determines how we think, act, and live every day. Since health is so crucial to our life, it's important that we know how to properly manage and understand all of the factors related to it. Without a background in medicine or healthcare, however, it can be confusing to take charge of all of our medical records and find a way to understand them. For those who are caregivers, or those who have chronic conditions, managing your health is especially crucial.
1. CareSync gathers all of your medical records in one place
CareSync collects your medical records and puts them in one, easy-to-access location. With just a couple of clicks, you can access medical records from an appointment you had a week ago, or even one that you had years ago.
2. CareSync provides 24/7 access to CareSync Health Assistants
These Health Assistants are not only available at every hour of the day for answers to your health questions, but they also are here to help you make appointments, access your medical information, provide support for following your treatment plan, and share your information with your providers.
3. Variety of interactive tools and features
CareSync offers multiple tools to help you better manage and take control of your health. Some features include the ability to plan your doctor visits, track medications and measurements, and report progress toward your health goals.
4. Provider access to your medical information at any time
CareSync provides a monthly update to your active providers that includes your updated Health Summary, Care Plan, and Health Timeline - so your providers have a correct list of medications, allergies, conditions, and recent visits.
5. Free family and caregiver accounts if you choose to share your health information
If you choose to selectively share information with your care team, you can connect to other family members through family and caregiver accounts.
6. Your medical data in CareSync forever
All of your medical records will remain in CareSync, even for those with Chronic Care Management accounts who chose to discontinue the service.