MMR secures insurance for PHR system
MMR Information Systems (Los Angeles), which through its operating subsidiary, MyMedicalRecords, provides consumer-controlled Personal Health Records (PHRs) and electronic safe deposit box storage solutions, reported that it has secured insurance to help protect its customers, clients, affiliates, doctors and users from actual loss or damage up to one million dollars caused by errors in the company's PHR system. The underlying policy is written by an insurance company that is A-rated by A.M. Best.
"We believe we are the first provider of online Personal Health Record or virtual safe deposit box products to offer this type of protection to our users," said Robert Lorsch, chairman/CEO of MMR Information Systems. "We recognize the sensitive nature of information that is stored in MMR accounts. This program is our way of demonstrating the confidence we have in our systems and the underlying technology that supports them."
MMR's products, its MyMedicalRecords PHR, available at www.mymedicalrecords.com, and virtual Safe Deposit Box, available at www.myesafedepositbox.com, provide a way to store medical records and other important documents. Both products are designed so that the user has 100% control over how they file and manage information in their account and who they share it with. User accounts are accessible through unique user ID and password combinations.