AllOne Mobile: 400,000 pops covered

By Brian Dolan
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AllOne MobileAllOne Mobile announced today that it's mobile EHR offering is now available to more than 400,000 potential users thanks to two recent deals. The company inked a deal with Significa Insurance Group (Significa) and Erin Group Administrators (EGA). Significa and EGA members can now securely view, manage and exchange their health care information with physicians, hospitals, pharmacies and other health care providers anytime and anywhere, so long as they have their mobile device handy.

AllOne Mobile says their offering will allow users to:

View and send insurance coverage information
Track prescription drugs
Catalog allergies, or fax a child's allergy records to the school nurse
Send health information, i.e. family health history, to a physician
Access health tips to better manage chronic conditions

Because of the recent deals, AllOne Mobile is now available to 42,000 additional users in Arizona, Washington, D.C., Maryland, Ohio, South Carolina and Virginia. AllOne Mobile was first launched to members of Blue Cross of Northeastern Pennsylvania in April 2008.

AllOne Health recently announced a deal with the U.S. military for a pilot outfits up to 10,000 injured service members with the mobile application to better personalize and monitor their daily care. AllOne Mobile also noted that it will soon be connected to Microsoft's HealthVault.

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