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TMCNet:  Online PHR Provider ZweenaHealth.com Featured in Article on Business & Web Technology Blog DigitalOlympus.com

[December 28, 2011]

Online PHR Provider ZweenaHealth.com Featured in Article on Business & Web Technology Blog DigitalOlympus.com

Skillman, NJ, Dec 28, 2011 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- ZweenaHealth.com, a provider of online personal health record (PHR) services, was recently featured on business and web technology blog DigitalOlympus.com. Zweena LLC is a provider of online PHR and health information management services that assembles patient medical history and medical records directly from doctor's offices, and organizes and digitizes them to create an electronic health record that provides updated medical information that is safe and actionable, while being easy to understand, manage and share.

The article highlights the relevance and promise of Zweena in a time when interest in PHRs and other personal health technology tools is growing in spite of the generally low rate of adoption they are seeing largely due to the lack of health technology services that bridge the gap, and are appealing to the health consumer.

The Zweena Platform and Service is gaining increasing recognition as a trusted, efficient and reliable online PHR solution for patients and providers in a time when healthcare consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the benefits of owning a PHR but are yet to make the move to online medical records because of a lack of solutions that are attractive and relatable to the consumer.

Zweena is one solution that solves that problem, and the article explains why.

The full DigitalOlympus.com article on Zweena can be read by visiting http://www.digitalolympus.com/?p=256 Zweena was recently awarded the 2011 Service Award from Today's Caregiver Magazine for its Zweena Health Record.

Zweena's online PHR service provides patients and providers with a secure, private and easy-to-access platform that offers a truly comprehensive and accurate online personal health record. By minimizing stress and error and presenting useful health information in a clear and actionable way, Zweena allows patients to really be in control of their health information, and makes it possible for providers to access updated and accurate information that saves time, cost and in emergency cases, human life.

Zweena collaborates with Microsoft HealthVault by updating patients' personal HealthVault accounts. Zweena also guarantees security of patients' health information by restricting access to patient records. The Zweena Health Record is available online and can be accessed from the ZweenaHealth.com website.

The Zweena service is available as a free trial. To learn more or get started, please visit http://www.zweenahealth.com/free-trial/, send an email to info(at)zweenahealth(dot)com or call the Zweena help line on 877-848-4248 for more information.

About DigitalOlympus.com DigitalOlympus.com is a technology blog focused on business and web technology that brings readers new and exciting developments in the worlds of e-commerce, telecom, mobile computing, apps, and more. Read the latest technology news and reviews, insightful articles, technology tips and more daily from DigitalOlympus.com! About Zweena Zweena empowers patients, their families and healthcare providers to get the best care and make the best health decisions proactively. Zweena achieves this by collecting patient medical records, assembling and storing them with Microsoft HealthVault, and delivering an online personal health record that is safe, private, and easy to access and share at any time, and from any place. Zweena provides you with an easy and structured way to access and store your personal health record, helping you to make sense of it all and always keeping your vital health information within reach during those critical moments in life.

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