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Medical images are a window into your health, especially when you’ve suffered an accident or have chronic issues.

That’s why we’re discussing the importance of viewing, sharing, and managing your medical images instantly. mymedicalimages.com makes it easy to access your images anytime, anywhere.

mymedicalimages.com was founded on a simple idea: People should be able to view, share, and manage a lifetime of medical images like they do their personal photos—not just their own, but their entire family’s. mymedicalimages.com is the first easy-to-use medical imaging application designed for patients.

If you’ve asked for your medical images in the past, most likely you’ve received them on a CD-ROM. Plus, your medical images are often spread out across the many healthcare facilities you’ve visited (ERs and rapid care centers, hospitals, women’s centers, imaging centers, and doctor’s offices). Instead, keep all your family’s images safe and secure in the mymedicalimages.com cloud. This way, should you ever need them for baseline and historical comparison purposes or treatment options, you’ll be able to easily share them with your healthcare specialist.

 

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