There are many things in our lives we can reflect on as Valentine’s Day rolls around. Greeting card companies may suggest candies and flowers, RecordVault offers a unique way to take care of your loved ones. If you are a caregiver, for an aging parent, a child, or anyone else, you have likely thought about many worst-case scenarios. While you may feel prepared should any emergency befall you yourself, it is also important to consider what types of documents or resources you might need should anything happen to a family member or loved one. Luckily, RecordVault can help you to prepare for the worst.
When someone you care for is ill or injured, you will need to have access to their medical records and possibly other legal documentation. Because you never know where you will be when this type of situation occurs, keeping records at home is not always the most practical solution. That’s where RecordVault comes in.
RecordVault already acts as a tremendously secure solution for keeping your own personal records safe in your smartphone or tablet. But did you know that you can easily create separate folders within the RecordVault app in order to maintain access to your loved one’s records as well? This means you can access important information about allergies, medical and insurance history, and even living wills directly from your mobile device.
If you are a caregiver, the last thing you want to think about is something tragic happening to your loved one. Still, it is essential to be prepared in case anything does happen. If you have quick access to medical documentation, you can more easily and effectively interface with doctors and emergency personnel if necessary. This can help to protect your loved one from dangerous pharmaceutical interactions and other complications. It can also mean faster care. Because medical professionals need sufficient information to give safe treatment, requesting records from other doctors or hospitals can slow down treatment and even cause long-term harm. When you can access this data quickly, doctors can enact what may be lifesaving measures sooner.
There is no additional hardware or security system required to add your loved ones to your RecordVault account. Although RecordVault used ultra-secure encryption there are no biometrics required to add their records to your vault, meaning you can access their files even if they are incapacitated.
There is no better way to show that you care than to make sure that you are prepared for any accident or emergency that may occur. Use RecordVault as a cost effective measure that could end up saving lives.