HealthFrame- Frequently Asked Qustions
How do I get my medical information from my provider(s)?
Installation and Product Registration
What systems does HealthFrame support?
Trouble with downloading HealthFrame? Corrupt installers? Re-downloading...
What’s different about HealthFrame’s electronic download?
Version 2.1 of HealthFrame natively supports
- Windows 2000
- Windows XP (recommended)
- Windows Vista
- Windows 7 (normal as well as 64-bit edition) or later (recommended)
computer should have at least 128MB of RAM, and must have at least 50MB of free
disk space. An internet connection is not required, but is helpful to access
HealthFrame does not run natively on MacOS X, but can be used on MacOS-X via Windows emulation software,
Must I uninstall the demo version of HealthFrame prior to installing the purchased version?
If you purchase HealthFrame via electronic download, you will get the
same exact software that is shipped on HealthFrame’s physical CD.
The physical HealthFrame CD ships in an attractive, hardcover booklet,
The booklet contains information on personal health records,
HealthFrame installation and initial usage instructions,
as well as information on how to request a copy of your
medical records from your providers, and how to contact Records For Living.
When you purchase the electronic download, you save $10.00 plus the
shipping costs (a savings of $14.95, on average).
Either way, you are still entitled to receive support from Records For Living.
If I install HealthFrame’s purchased version will I lose the data I entered using the demo?
Prospective customers are encouraged to explore HealthFrame and its capabilities by
taking advantage of HealthFrame’s 15-day, fully functional, free evaluation version.
The HealthFrame demo version is identical to the full product version - except for the presense
of a license key. So - when you purchase your copy of HealthFrame - there is no need to install
any new software. Just enter your license key.
If you ever do choose to re-install HealthFrame - you never need to first uninstall previous versions.
When you install a version of HealthFrame (demo or otherwise) - it will automatically uninstall
previously installed versions for you.
Additionally, the installer preserves any data entered during the evaluation period.
Your data will be preserved when you install the purchased version of HealthFrame.
If you are ever concerned about the possibility of losing your data, you should create a backup
of your personal health record (PHR).
I have a new computer. How do I move my HealthFrame data to that new computer?
Lost License Codes
- Backup Data
Make sure each of your PHRs is backed up (File/Save PHR Backup...) and copy those backups to a removable disk or network location.
- Retrieve License Code
Check Help/About HealthFrame in your old installation, or review the email you received when you bought HealthFrame, or use Forgot License Codes Page
- Install HealthFrame on New Computer
- Restore Backed up PHRs
Start HealthFrame on the new computer, and select 'Load Backup' from the open dialog, and restore each PHR you saved in the first step.
Error 1935 when installing HealthFrame on Windows XP?
If you've lost your license code(s), you can look them up automatically
from the email address you used at the time of purchase.
Error Ox800C0005 when registering HealthFrame?
This is a problem afflicting many programs, such as HeathFrame, and Microsoft Office - programs that utilize
Microsoft's XML functionality. This issue is due to a bug with a recent update to Microsoft's XML parser
and Windows Installer technology.
For more information, see
1935 error by installing the latest MSXML Updates
in Microsoft's Knowledge Database.
If you see
while installing HealthFrame, this is the source of the problem.
The good news is that HealthFrame 2.1's installer has built-in support to correct this MSXML corruption.
First reboot your computer, and then re-run the HealthFrame installer, and the problem will be
Some personal firewalls such as Norton Internet Security 2005 will prevent HealthFrame
from accessing the internet.
Product registration (Options/Register…) requires access to Records For Living web site,
so that we can store your registration information.
If your firewall prompts you to grant or block internet access, please choose to grant access.
Once you have configured your firewall to grant internet access to HealthFrame,
product registration should proceed without problems.
How can I use HealthFrame to track my child’s development milestones?
Can I use information that’s stored in HealthFrame with other programs?
How can HealthFrame help me track my medical expenses?
Yes. HealthFrame can be used with a wide variety of other programs and software systems.
See the Export
feature for more details.
If I use HealthFrame to track many individuals’ health records, what happens with a backup?
HealthFrame contains powerful expense tracking features, including summary reports, linking
and integration with visits, medications, treatements etc.
See HealthFrame Expense Tracking Feature for more details.
HealthFrame Family Edition allows users to maintain up to 12 personal health records (PHRs)
This feature can be used to maintain a family's health history.
To create a backup, launch the HealthFrame application, select the desired PHR and click the "File" menu,
followed by the "Backup..." submenu.
You'll then be asked where you want to save the file.
Later, you can always load a backup file: when HealthFrame starts, BEFORE you select a PHR, click on the "Load Backup..."
Backup files are compact, and can be password protected.
Each back-up only extracts data from the active PHR.
Portable Medical Records
How do I carry my health records with me?
Can I put my records on a USB-key device?
You should always carry your medical information with you, in a format that is
convenient given your personal lifestyle choices. You can carry your medical
records information in printed form or in a number of portable electronic
Use HealthFrame to print the Emergency Card.
This will contain a
summary of your identification information, allergies, conditions, and
medications, as well as PCP, emergency contacts and insurance information. The
printed emergency card can be carried in your purse or wallet at all times.
For a planned medical visit (new PCP or specialist), you may choose to use
HealthFrame to print the Medical History Summary report. This is a more
detailed report that you can share with your medical providers.
A number of individuals attach USB compatible memory sticks to their key chains.
Others have personal digital assistant (PDA) devices with them, such as Pocket
PC or Palm OS compliant devices. It is convenient for such individuals to carry
computerized versions of their Emergency Card and/or Medical History Summary
with them. The easiest way to accomplish this is for users to print their
HealthFrame reports to a PDF file (a number of commercial products exist on the
internet that support PDF printer drivers). Once the report has been printed,
users can then download them to their memory stick or PDA. PDF files are
readable with Adobe’s reader (http://www.adobe.com) and are widely used in the
internet for document distribution.
The easiest way to accomplish this is for users to print their HealthFrame
reports to a PDF file (a number of commercial products exist on the internet
that support PDF printer drivers). Once the report has been printed, users can
then download them to their USB-key device. PDF files are readable with Adobe’s
and are widely used in the internet for document distribution.
HealthFrame Version History
How can I do XYZ (something not listed here)?
See the high-level release notes
for each HealthFrame version.
We are constantly working to improve HealthFrame, and its supporting
documentation. If you have an idea for a feature or improvement for
HealthFrame, or a question about how to do something with it, please contact us
via our HealthFrame Community Forum