News | May 20, 2008

CapMed's PHR Wins Best Personal Health Record Award

May 21, 2008 - CapMed, a division of Bio-Imaging Technologies Inc., said this week it was been named the winner in the Personal Health Record Systems category for its Personal Health Record (PHR) application at the TEPR (Towards the Electronic Patient Record) 2008 conference in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.

CapMed's icePHR Mobile, an in-case-of-emergency PHR, was also a finalist in the Hot Products category.

This is the fourth time that CapMed's PHR has been honored at TEPR, having received top honors in 2001, 2006 and 2007, every year the category was offered. CapMed's Personal Health Management Suite offers consumers several options for the storage, management and sharing of health information. Consumers can track medications, graph lab values, store medical images, import health data from a variety of electronic sources, set and receive reminders and create reports, including a wallet-sized emergency card.

CapMed's icePHR Mobile, a finalist in TEPR's Hot Products category, gives consumers access to important medical information through their mobile phones. By making emergency and medical contacts, known allergies, medications, immunization records and other key facts accessible though mobile phones, icePHR Mobile gives consumers an easy, convenient way to store and retrieve information on themselves and up to ten family members in emergency situations.

Now in its 24th year, TEPR provides educational content for health IT professionals in all stages of electronic health records selection, implementation and integration with other systems.

For more in formation: www.capmed.com

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