Florida’s Agency for Health Care Administration recently previewed the first phase of two new Internet-based programs for storing personal health records — Florida Health eBook and My Florida eBaby Book. The free service, funded without taxpayers’ dollars, is the first such program in the nation.

Within the next 30 days, Florida’s 2.6 million Medicaid recipients will be able to access both Florida Health eBook and My Florida eBaby Book at www.FloridaHealthFinder.gov by using their Medicaid ID number. Hospitals and community partners will pilot the new tool over the next two weeks before it is made available to all Medicaid recipients. In the first phase of the program, individuals will be able to enter and access their personal health information online. Medicaid recipients will be able to track information about their health-care visits, procedures, medications, immunizations, allergies and more. Other features will include:

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