My Medical History-QR is the easiest way to add and carry your important medical history in a mobile phone. In addition you can add, edit and view any information that you enter. All information is password protected and only saved in your phone, never in a database or the cloud. You and only you have control of what information is added and who can see it. Enter as much or as little information as you wish. My Medical History-QR can be lifesaving and the most important app in your phone. My Medical History-QR can make the difference in life and death in an emergency. We urge everyone to always carry your medical history with you at all times. In addition My Medical History-QR enables you to display your medical history and medicines you are taking as separate QR codes. This can be very beneficial for a pharmacists to review all medications you are currently taking for potential drug interaction. Most people would not want to provide access to their medical history so we have created two QR codes, one for medical history, one for medicines being taken. My Medical History-QR Can: Save time in a medical emergency. Provide more accurate and complete information to a ER doctor or nurse. Shorten the time of diagnosis and treatment. Reduce the chance of medical errors. Shorten the waiting time to be admitted. Provide valuable information to a new doctor. Backup Medical History and Medicine Log to your personal email, including QR codes. Print a hard copy of your Medical History and Medicines. Email your Medical History and Medicine to a ER doctor and hospital. The best part of it all it is only. 99. My Medical History most importantly -can save your life in a medical emergencyAll doctors agree that everyone should carry their emergency medical history with them at all times. For this reason we have created a simple and secure way for you to carry and make available to a medical professional. Your medical history, medications you take and emergency contacts. The program in addition can be a convenient way to share your medical history with a new doctor.