More Private Sector Options for electronic medical information

Come on there is no reason why this can't be done by the private sector.  There are already a good number of companies that do this.  You will put them out of business and violate the privacy of about 300 Million people.  Well, you won't put google out of business, but the others probably.

See just a few of the companies that are already doing this below:
 
AccessMyRecords

http://www.accessmyrecords.com/
It is vital for doctors, hospitals and emergency responders to have access to your Electronic medical information so they can safely and quickly administer treatment. The AccessIDSM Card will give medical personnel the ability to access your need-to-know Emergency Medical Records.

The Medical Registry 
http://www.pcworld.com/article/8928/put_your_medical_records_online.html
The Medical Registry lets you create a personal medical dossier on the Web for doctors to access in an emergency, or even when you make a routine visit to a doctor's office.  Doctors enter your password (found on the card or bracelet) and submit their unique Drug Enforcement Act number.

Google 
https://www.google.com/health
Organize your health information all in one place
Gather your medical records from doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies
Share your information securely with a family member, doctors or caregivers

MedMemory
http://www.medmemory.com/electronic-medical-records.html
Medmemory is a company which has made its niche in placing our electronic medical information into the hands of care providers. Medmemory has a USB FOB that can be carried on a keychain and lets you plug into any USB port of just about any PC.

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