Gain peace of mind by having your complete health history available instantly whenever you need it, wherever you go, whether across the street or around the globe.
The MyLifeID Pocket Cloud is a fully-encrypted, virtually indestructible portable storage device specifically created to carry your most sensitive health and medical data. Designed for convenience and ease-of-use, it is the size of a credit card. Its slim profile enables it to fit in your wallet behind your driver’s license so that you and first responders can retrieve it quickly in case of an emergency.
Over 90 million Americans were unprepared to answer questions about their medical history when they needed treatment last year.
Were you one of them?
MyLifeID makes accessing and maintaining your electronic health records simple and transparent. Equipped with 32GB of storage, it has room for all your medical information, including x-ray, MRI and CT scan images as well as a broad range of test data. Enter the information yourself or import it from digital records provided by your doctor’s office. Never be without your critical personal data again.
Store information such as:
MyLifeID can contain the information you need, when you need it most. Our Examples page contains articles that show how having medical and health data immediately available could have helped people in everyday as well as unexpected situations.
Similar to emergency chips, MyLifeID stores emergency data which first responders can quickly access. However, MyLifeID can store your complete medical history going back multiple years and in multiple languages making it the only portable medical record device useful everywhere you go.
Just plug in the card to any USB port, and the interface will open. From there, type your credentials, and you can choose to view your data, enter information or request your medical records through any of our integration partners. We also include an import/export option allowing you to exchange data with other health systems and technologies, so you don’t have to type it all yourself. Whew!