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Empowering Families to Take Charge of Their Health

 

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Introducing Clarity Health Journal

The Clarity Health Journal is a family-aware consumer health application that lets individuals and families take charge of their health for themselves and those who are not able to; children, the infirmed, and the aged. It is a lifetime electronic record to manage information specific to chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, renal failure, and asthma. Keep track of health details so they are Click Here to Manage your Diabetesavailable when and where you need it.

 
 
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Take Charge of Your Health

With a compelling and engaging user interface that supports written, Mother and Childnumeric, and chart data, Clarity Health Journal is easy to access through any web browser, and seamlessly integrates with existing systems.

Benefits of Clarity Health Journal include:

  • Eliminate the re-entry of data
  • Accurate and timely information for better treatment
  • Reduce errors because of missing data
 

Stay Connected with Your Health

With patients better educated about health and wellness than ever before, Clarity Health Journal enables better chronic disease management enabling patient self-care for diabetes, cardiac and related conditions.

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