Why Being an Organ Donor Matters

Posted by The CareSync Team

Feb 2, 2017 1:21:09 PM

One of the most meaningful gifts you could ever give is to register yourself as an organ donor. Donating your organs upon your death can save the life of up to eight individuals, or restore someone’s ability to feel healthy and active in ways they haven’t been able to experience for years.

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Topics: medical records, family health, patients, preventive care, end of life decisions, healthcare planning

Health Information at Hand

Posted by The CareSync Team

Jan 5, 2017 11:15:00 AM

One way to help ensure the best health for you and your family is to get everyone’s medical records and information collected and organized. Having accurate and updated health information on hand can be beneficial in many ways and situations.

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Topics: medical records, doctor's appointments, family health, mHealth, healthy living, patients, health tips, preventive care, CareSync

Navigating Healthcare for Our Child: Things We've Learned

Posted by Chris and Dawn Bailey

Jul 15, 2016 8:00:00 AM

When our daughter, Taryn, was born in 2005, we knew there were some medical issues we would face, but we had no idea that over the last decade, her medical picture would become so complex and unique.

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Topics: share your health stories, medical records, chronic care management (CCM), family health, CCM compliance, health tips

Yes, We Really Do Take Your Calls at All Hours

Posted by CareSync Nursing Team

Jul 8, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Most of us think of things we need to remember to do or questions we want to ask at the worst possible time. Thankfully, CareSync is always there.

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Topics: share your health stories, medical records, mHealth, patients, Heart of CareSync, CareSync company updates

An Inexpensive Way to Tackle Rising Healthcare Costs

Posted by CareSync Nursing Team

Jun 24, 2016 3:05:19 PM

Today, the average American family pays three times more for healthcare than they did in 2001. With healthcare costs rising faster than the consumer price index, it’s a smart move to put CareSync in your corner.

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Topics: share your health stories, medical records, mHealth, patients, healthcare costs & insurance, Heart of CareSync

My Doctor Believed Me! Why I Carry My Medical Records on My Phone

Posted by The CareSync Team

Jun 14, 2016 11:49:04 AM

When a new doctor doesn’t have your medical history, it can feel like you’re starting over from scratch, trying to remember and share every important test, medication and detail from your past experiences. That’s not ideal for either of you.

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Topics: share your health stories, medical records, doctor's appointments, Medicare, care coordination, patients, Heart of CareSync

How a Rare Disease Inspired the Creation of a Patient-Centric Healthcare Solution

Posted by Mark Nalywajko

Apr 14, 2016 11:00:00 AM

One-on-One with Amy Gleason: Part 1

You’ve often heard the phrase: "Necessity is the mother of all invention." That couldn’t be more true for one of CareSync’s Co-Founder, Chief Operating Officer, and Registered Nurse, Amy Gleason. Here, Amy will share the personal story of her daughter’s rare condition that led to the invention of CareSync, a clinical care coordination company that is focused on patient-centric solutions for people with chronic illnesses. Later in the series, she will discuss the following components of chronic care management including: requirements, insights 15 months in, struggles, overcoming obstacles, trends, the true value of CCM, and where she believes the future of healthcare is heading.

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Topics: chronic conditions, patient engagement, webinars, patient advocacy, medical records, medication & treatments, juvenile dermatomyositis, chronic care management (CCM), Medicare, mHealth, care coordination, patients, CCM compliance

The Top 6 Reasons Why CareSync is for You

Posted by The CareSync Team

Apr 19, 2015 12:00:00 PM

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. 

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Topics: medical records, chronic care management (CCM), CareSync Care Plans, mHealth, care coordination, patients, CareSync company updates

What's It Going to Take to Really Have Personalized Medicine?

Posted by Travis Bond

Jan 26, 2015 12:28:00 PM

Of all the medical wonders unfolding before our eyes, personalized medicine may be the most amazing of them all, with the power to achieve previously impossible and long dreamed-for miracles.

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Topics: patient engagement, patient advocacy, medical records, Travis Bond, chronic care management (CCM), mHealth, patients, physicians & providers

New Year’s Resolution: Taking Charge of Your Family Health Records

Posted by The CareSync Team

Jan 12, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Taking care of your own health is a time consuming activity; when you have a family to manage, that task is even more daunting. Making sure everyone eats well, gets enough sleep, and remembers to take their vitamins can take a lot of your time each day. An even bigger task is scheduling and keeping everyone’s doctor appointments, coordinating care between doctors, and managing prescriptions.

When you need to change doctors because of a move, new job, or health insurance change, you face a whole new set of challenges. As a parent, do you remember every prescription that your child has had? Which ones they were allergic to? Which were not effective? If your child’s doctor recommends that you follow up with additional tests in six to nine months, do you remember what those tests were and who should perform them?

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Topics: medical records, healthy living

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