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HealthVault is a new offering from Microsoft that lets people collect, manage and share their health records online. Users can easily gather all of their health information in one place, including records from different healthcare-related sources (insurance plan, doctor, pharmacy).

HealthVault: Collect, Store and Share Your Health Information Online

Feature Overview

  • Manage and Share your health records online.
  • Keep all your paper-based health records into your account.
  • Share your data with others (ex. your doctor) and see who has accessed the data and what has been changed.
  • Have your health records and scans (X-Rays, MRIs, CAT Scans) faxed directly into your HealthVault account.
  • HealthVault Search: Search for healthcare articles and health information on the Web.
  • Your health information won’t be used for commercial purposes (unless you explicitly allow for it).
  • Deep integration with major halthcare websites:,,,,,,

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  1. Sean Nolan
    December 8, 2009 at 11:19 pm

    Just came across this comment. I went back to our support team and they cannot find any record of this specific incident.

    However, as expected they verified that there has NEVER been a verified instance of HealthVault data loss, and we certainly would never rate it a "minimum business impact" event.

    Gary, I would welcome a contact to discuss this issue if you happen to see this reply. You can reach me using the contact form at my blog at .


    Sean Nolan
    Chief Architect
    Microsoft Health Solutions

  2. Gary Wright
    September 28, 2008 at 8:05 pm

    I can't believe, Microsoft lost my records on HealthVault! After three months of not being in the record, I log on this evening because I have an appointment with a new doctor tomorrow morning. I would have been nice to use HealthVault for one of it's intended purposes - to print and/or download the information from one central repository and take it to my doctor for history and physical.

    Not only is it gone, Microsoft classified my support requests as "Severity C (Minimum business impact). Now I ask all of you, what if I got hit by a car and needed the medical history so a doctor in a trauma center doesn't make a mistake by administering a drug that reacts with one I'm already taking? Hmmmmm, Microsoft? I guess as a patient I'm a minimum impact!?

  3. Manish Bhatnager
    April 7, 2008 at 4:20 am

    We at have started the same service with lot of advanced features in India. We have Insta-share a dedicated secure online communication between the user and his own selected doctor. Which is now widely used. We have been Featured on Doordarshan News and are being featured on various other news Channels like Aajtak and in Print media like Chip and ehealth mags etc.
    The radiologists are very kken on this service as we also offer Digitization service with Compression. Especially useful for people travelling in and out of India for Medical tourism. The service is also being envisaged for the Rural telemedicine.
    For further deatils please contact us at your own wellness and health manager

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