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The Estate Vault Partners With International Medical Fund Trust to Provide Personal Health Records to Facilitate Use with Medica

Posted Jul 22 2010 10:59am

First there was HeatlhVault and now Estate Vault.   I believe the Estate Vault has been around for a while and now is offering a hybrid type of image product to work with consumers to help store and make personal health records available.  There’s a financial twist added here with a prepaid MasterCard service so cash can be available almost anywhere a computer is accessible.  

The product is focused on consumers both in the US and Canada.  Interesting that one of the folks we bailed out, AIG  is in here to provide identity theft insurance.  You receive 250 Mgs of storage for documents and photos.  If you need more space you will need to purchase it. 

From the website:

“Depending on your membership level The Estate Vault members receive $25,000 of Identity Theft Insurance provide by one of the AIG group of companies. This coverage will help pay for certain costs in regaining your identity and will provide a great deal of restoration services. Please review the specimen policy by clicking on your respective country.
        1) United States Citizens
        2) Canadian Citizens

Our servers are located in world class ISP data cages. The physical security encompasses both biometric (retinal scan and figure print identification) along with confirmed access rights of individuals wanting to enter the server room. No one may enter that does not provide proof of the above 3 security protocols”

I am just curious as to when a FEMAVault may appear (grin).  BD

LAS VEGAS, NV, Jul 22, 2010 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- The Estate Vault, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: TEVI) ) a leading provider of comprehensive electronic data management services for consolidating and protecting, medical, personal financial, and legal records, announced today that it has partnered with International Medical Fund Trust (IMFT) based in the British Virgin Islands (BVI), and its New Zealand based Trustee company IMF Trustees Limited, to deliver a suite of secure and interactive personal data management tools that are focused on helping patients/clients take greater control of their personal information, while travelling out of their own country to have medical procedures done.

"Customers will also be able to put all their sensitive personal data, medical files/x-rays and legal information into their own e-Vault that can be accessed anywhere they are in the world," added Boyd.

Mr. Soussana also added, "IMFT and Estate Vault have in principal agreed to establish an International Business Company (IBC) in the British Virgin Islands (BVI) which will become the provider the range of converged hybrid products.

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