Last Updated: 2022-09-08

HealthFrame Benefits - The Family Health Organizer

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Don't lose the medical history of your young children. Capture it while you still can!

Do you know the critical information about your own birth? Do you know what your Apgar score was? Were there any complications during or immediately after delivery? How about your childhood immunization record?

Most adults don't know the answers to these and many other childhood healthcare related questions. Some of the details of the treatments and conditions you had as a child may impact your health later in life. Unfortunately, this information is typically unrecoverable by adulthood, since most records cannot be reconstructed.

  • Easily collect together in one place all of your children’s records and test results.
  • Use a journal to track your child's developmental milestones , or track your children's 'firsts'.
  • Be knowledgeable about any medical conditions your children may have. Keep track of critical information, and be prepared to share it with doctors in an emergency.
  • Use the calendar support for doctor visits, tests, and treatments (scheduled and reminders).
  • Attach original medical records to specific visits or test results, including expense receipts for insurance and tax purposes.
  • Take advantage of the immunization wizard to make sure your child is up-to-date with all of his/her immunizations.