Electronically Communicate with Your Healthcare Provider with Arctrieval

Arctrieval is changing the way we communicate with our healthcare providers by allowing for electronic correspondence between you and your doctor/hospital/insurance company.

I am still amazed at the amount of paper we have to use, despite the time most of us spend online. If this company does things right, this could be very useful for the blind and visually impaired.

Arctrieval is a Web-based service that allows you to send communications to your health care provider via email, fax or snail mail, and lets you monitor those methods of communication. You can also setup and manage your family’s accounts as well. For electronic messages, Arctrieval uses the ubiquitous PDF file format, certainly a concern for accessibility. Arctrieval also facilitates transferring your medical records to other online repositories (such as Microsoft HealthVault).

Arctrieval is free for consumers, you can sign up here. Even if you don’t sign up, you can make use of some forms that Arctrieval makes available for free.

Click this link to visit http://www.arctrieval.com.


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