How it works

MyEMRcard is the fast, secure way to store your private information while sharing emergency contacts and vital medical information with first responders.

It’s fast, easy, and always secure.

MyEMRcard uses a scannable QR Quick Response code, which is printed on your membership card. Carry it in your wallet and alert first responders to it with an auto window sticker.



Navigating myEMRcard

To sign up, enter your information into the sign up page, here.

It’s that easy to get started!

Once you are enrolled, fill in your profile information.



Profile

On this tab, you can change your basic information, such as your address and phone number. This is also the page where you can order a replacement card if yours gets lost or update your credit card information.



Medical

Under the medical tab, enter your medical information, including:

To add a new entry, simply click the blue "add new medication" button.

If you click the checkbox next to “visible on profile,” this information will appear on your profile page for first responders to access when they scan your card. If you leave the box unchecked, you will be the only one to see it.



Contacts

On the contacts page, you can enter the name, address, and phone number for your personal emergency contacts.

You can also add emergency contacts for your children and pets on the contacts page.

If you click the checkbox next to “visible on profile,” this information will appear on your profile page for first responders to access when they scan your card. If you leave the box unchecked, you are the only one who can see it.



Journal

To create a journal entry, simply click the “add journal entry button.” You will have the option to categorize your entry as medical, personal, or create a custom label. After you are finished writing your journal entry, click the blue “save” button at the bottom of the page.

The journal feature can be used any time you need to carry information with you that you need to access easily, but want to keep secure including:



Family Accounts

MyEMRcard offers a discount for members who want to enroll a family member whose account you will manage, such as a child or elderly parent.

To create a family account you must first have a myEMRcard account. When you are signed in to your account go to the “Family” tab on the left side of the account page and click the blue “add family member” button. This will open up a sign-up screen.

Once you enter your family member’s basic information, they are enrolled. You can access and edit their account through the family tab when you are logged into your MyEMRcard account.



Security

On the security tab, you can change your password.

You can also enable extra security features on the pages, called two-factor authentication. This asks you to enter a code that is sent to you by email or text before you can log into your account or access your information. You can apply this extra layer of security to your first responder profile or your entire account.

If you enable two-factor authentication to view your information, first responders will not have access to this information until you or someone else provides them with the authentication code.

We recommend only enabling enable two-factor authentication if you plan to only use MyEMRcard to store your personal information and not as an emergency information service for paramedics, EMS, or other emergency personnel.

If you enable two-factor authentication to log into your account, you will need to enter a unique code each time you log into MyEMRcard.

To enable either forms of two factor authentication, click the checkbox next to“enable two-factor authentication”.




Giving

At myEMRcard, we believe in the power of giving back to the community. Our founders, who initially met while working in the nonprofit sector, have a special interest in breaking the cycle of poverty and creating a healthier society.

As part of myEMRcard’s commitment to community, we participate in charitable giving to diverse nonprofit organizations that support these goals. If your organization is interested in being considered for the myEMRcard charitable giving program, please contact rebecca.anderson@infoaxs.com.




FAQ
  • Is my information safe?

    Yes! At MyEMRcard, we understand how important privacy is. We use 256-bit AES SSL encryption, which are some of the same security featured used by leading financial institutions and major hospital systems. We also offer optional two-factor authentication.
  • What information is shared and with whom?

    How much you share is completely up to you. By checking or unchecking the “share on profile box” you can control what first responders can see and what remains a part of your private, personal record.
  • What information should I share on InfoAXS.com?

    Any information that is important to you. Emergency contacts and medical information are important for everyone to have on file, but frequent travelers may want to include passport numbers, credit card numbers, and flight itineraries. Parents will want to add information for their children’s caregivers. Each member will have their own priorities, but we can store it all.
  • Do you allow file uploads?

    For security purposes, we do not allow any file uploads. This helps ensure that our servers--and your personal information--are protected from malicious viruses and hacking. We believe that simple is better!
  • What if I lose my membership card?

    Click on order a replacement card. There is a $10 fee to replace lost cards.
  • What is two-factor authentication?

    Two-factor authentication is a security feature that adds an extra layer of security to your private information. When you turn on two-factor authentication, you or a trusted contact will be notified when anyone attempts to access either your account or profile page. This will allow you or your contacted to either consent to access or deny access, ensuring that your information never falls into the wrong hands.
  • What are your membership fees?

    Enrollment is $39.99 for the first year and $29.99 for subsequent years. Membership fees are per member. You can enroll additional family members whose accounts you will administer for a reduced fee of $29.99 per year.
  • How do I sign up and get a membership card?

    Signing up is quick and easy. Simply go to the membership page and enter your basic demographic information.

    Once you are enrolled, you can update your emergency contacts, medical information, child/pet care instructions, and other secure information. Update your information as often as you need -- even daily. Your membership package will be mailed within 7-14 business days after sign up.
  • Can I cancel my membership?

    Yes, you may cancel your MyEMRcard membership at any time by emailing cancel@infoaxs.com. Keep in mind, we cannot issue refunds once your membership has been processed.
  • What happens to my data after I cancel my account?

    If you cancel your account, your profile is permanently deleted. You can also the content on your profile at any time without cancelling. If you do not renew your membership, your account will be deactivated and your information will not be accessible until you reactivate by adding a valid credit card number.
  • Can I buy memberships for others?

    Yes! You may purchase MyEMRcard.com accounts for your children, parents, friends, or anyone else you would like to protect in an emergency. Family accounts, which are perfect for children, are available at a reduced yearly membership fee.



  • First Responders / EMS

    Profile Lookup

    Look up a profile by Member ID

    myEMRcard.com is a fast and easy way to get accurate information about your patients. As a first responder, you only need a smartphone, tablet, or mobile browser. You do not need to register or use any special software.

    You can access patients’ information in one of two ways:

    1. Scan the QR code located on the patient’s card; or
    2. Go to the First Responder tab myEMRcard.com and enter the member number listed on the patient’s ID card.

    Instantly, you will have access to your patient’s shared information, which may include emergency contacts, allergies, current medications, personal directives, and medical conditions.