Drives hold health records
Cincinnati Enquirer, May 27, 2008
A flash drive that will store all of a patient's personal health records is now on sale at 103 Kroger stores in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. The product, called MedFlash, will cost $29.95 and is about an inch long. The records can be downloaded through any computer.
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