AllOne Mobile Cell Phone Application To be Sold Retail by the End of the Year – Employer Focus As Well
Posted Nov 09 2009 10:01pm
The move is certainly going in the direction of making personal health records truly portable. A few months ago I wrote about AllOneMobile and now the service is connected to HealthVault.
Also worth noting is the connection and focus on marketing the service to employers. Again, this ties into wellness text messages and reminders can be scheduled to come along with the program. According to this article you can start looking for the service in Kroger's and Walgreens later this year. BD
AllOne Health and Connectyx Technologies Holdings Group recently announced that they would be forging a strategic partnership to better enable their consumers to track their health information on the web. This will be done with the help of mobile USB devices and cell phones in an integrated and secure step. This will be sold as a package in retail locations across the nation by December 2009.
For the first time, AllOne Mobile can be purchased in retail locations, including pharmacies and grocery stores like Harris Teeter, Kroger and Walgreens and online retailers like Drugstore.com.Microsoft (News-Alert) Health Vault already offers the product along with the AllOne Mobile consumer site.
Microsoft Health Vault is a web-based personal medical record which provides accessibility for consumers to health applications including the AllOne Mobile and also to other appliances that assist in administering chronic medical conditions like blood pressure, blood glucose, heart rate and weight monitors.
AllOne Mobile is also being offered as part of health plans and sold to employers and other group purchasers. Recently the company signed a deal with Significa Benefit Services to service 42,000 users. Over 10,000 army service personnel with traumatic brain injuries are also being assisted with the help of this product.
The MedFlash program is currently being retailed with Associated Pharmacies Incorporated which is a buying co-operative composed of more than 1000 independent pharmacies in 40 states. Cardinal Healthcare and AmerisourceBergen distribute the product in over 2200 retail locations.