Ok, so you don’t want to have to sit down and fill in all that information when applying, well if you have a HeatlhVault account, Unival might be able to help you out there.  As always, you can choose what you do want and don’t want to share.   Unival is the partner that will help you out for a small charge to get your records into HealthVault.  It’s just like taxes in a way if you know how to do your own, you can and if not you find someone to do it for you, same principal here with a PHR. image

Unival can help you get all the desired information pumped in there and help get the information to Fidelity Life if you can still afford these days to take out life insurance, as most are still struggling the cost of health insurance and can’t even finance the next step beyond for what happens when they pass away.  The results of a physical for life insurance can be placed in the HeatlhVault too. 

Perhaps with the way data is moving, those employees who have “dead peasant” policies through work might one day be able to have some great insight into how the policies are handled from the investment side too with bringing that information into a PHR too down the road, good and provocative thoughts as always here to see how Wall Street gambles and invests on your life and how long you may live.

"Dead Peasant' Life Insurance Policies - Human Hedge Funds

In the meantime if you are looking and can afford life insurance take a look to see what is here to make the process easier.

Unival also can convert for many other areas of healthcare data other than life insurance, so there may be other areas you might want to explore to get your information into a PHR.  BD 

Ann Arbor, MI (Vocus/PRWEB ) January 26, 2010 -- Fidelity Life Association is now offering a unique service to its customers applying for life insurance: customers will be given the option to have personal medical data associated with a life insurance application sent to their Microsoft HealthVault account.
Developed by UNIVAL, this service converts the health information collected over the course of the life insurance application process into documents that can be stored in an individual’s HealthVault account. This gives customers access to medical information that may not have been readily available to them previously and enables these to be shared with healthcare providers if the customer chooses. Once customers opt into this service, they are able to take advantage of all the features and benefits offered by Microsoft HealthVault, a personal health application platform that allows users to store their health information and share it with trusted sources.

"We are pleased to be working with Fidelity Life and HealthVault on this important application," said Michael Gallagher, President of UNIVAL. "By offering this distinctive service, Fidelity Life is again positioning itself as a leader in their industry.”

HealthVault was designed to give consumers a greater degree of control over their health information. Partners like UNIVAL help facilitate this process for people by digitizing documents that are otherwise scattered across the healthcare system,” said David Cerino, general manager for the Consumer Health Solutions Group at Microsoft Corp. “By partnering with UNIVAL, Fidelity Life is enabling its customers to contribute to their personal health history, providing individuals and their healthcare providers with more robust information on which to base health decisions.”

NIVAL has provided services to the healthcare industry for over twenty years. Today it delivers a variety of integrated services on a national scale to some of the nation’s largest organizations: healthcare insurance companies, disability insurance companies, medical providers, employers and healthcare consumers. UNIVAL delivers its services independently and in partnership with several of the world’s most prominent and respected companies. For further information, call (800) 332-4463 or visit the website.

Fidelity Life Association Chooses UNIVAL® to Connect Customers to Microsoft® HealthVault™


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