VitalChart Launches Free Personal Health Record with Rewards System

DURHAM, N.C., Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Medcryption, Inc. today announced a major update to VitalChart, its online personal health record.

Putting consumers in control of their health

For consumers, VitalChart offers a secure, convenient way to access all their health information, including health records, the latest health news and discussions, messages from their doctors, and health updates from friends and family. VitalChart includes:

VitalChart delivers these features in a platform that is free, portable and rewarding:

-- FREE: anyone can sign up for free at VitalChart.com

-- Portable: VitalChart members own their account and it remains with them

even if their doctor, health plan, or employer changes

-- Rewarding: VitalChart members receive reward points for using

VitalChart and can redeem points for a variety of health-related items

Giving health plans and employers a better way to promote healthy behavior & reduce health care costs VitalChart also serves as a platform for corporate wellness efforts and health plan reward programs. Using VitalChart Rewards, employers and health plans can target specific activities they wish to promote, such as exercise or preventive health screenings, and provide VitalChart Reward Points to their constituents.

For VitalChart members, participating in their employer or health plan's VitalChart Reward Program is completely optional and will not require them to reveal any personal health information.

Consumers interested in VitalChart can visit VitalChart.com to sign up for a free account. Employers and health plans can visit http://Partners.VitalChart.com to learn more about VitalChart's Partner Program.

SOURCE VitalChart

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