Managing Images

 Why should I keep all my medical images?
Answer: Medical images are much like your personal photos. They tell a story – a life’s story. Yet HIPAA requires health care providers to retain your m...
 How is mymedicalimages different from keeping the CDs that my medical images were loaded onto by my physician?
Answer: Secure cloud services have rendered CDs an obsolete medium for storing information. We stopped sharing our personal photos on CDs years ago when we ...
 How is mymedicalimages different from keeping copies of my CDs in Dropbox or other cloud based storage services?
Answer: There is a considerable difference between using mymedicalimages and applications like Dropbox to view, share and manage all your family’s medical i...
 Where will my medical images be stored and what happens to them if I do not renew my subscription?
Answer: Your images are stored in the mymedicalimages cloud using Amazon Web Services (AWS). If you decide not to renew your account, we will continue to s...
 Is there a limit to the number of family members I can manage?
Answer: No. There is currently no limit to the number of family members that you can manage on your mymedicalimages account.
 Is there a limit to the number of medical images that I can store on mymedicalimages?
Answer: No. There is currently no limit to the number of medical images that you can store on your mymedicalimages account.
 How long are my images stored on mymedicalimages?
Answer: Your medical images are stored for as long as your account is active plus at least three years from the date your subscription expires.