About Us


“Advanced patient portal solutions that revolutionize patient data exchange.”


New Investors

Get to know us! Learn about our long-term growth strategies, find information on our core products, meet the leadership team, and understand our vision about patient-data aggregation strategies─gain insight into our development pipeline (Click here for brochure.)

AMR's Evolution

As a privately held company, Access My Records, Inc. has evolved from a single-focus, online Personal Health Records (PHR) solution provider in 2005, to an ONC Certified, cloud-based Patient Portal solutions and technology provider to the healthcare industry and the patient population. We continue to move forward without forgetting the journeys and the milestones that created the foundation for our continued growth (Click here for video overview.)

Timing & Patient Expertise

Technology has come a long way since 2005 and the readiness of the medical community to accept and encourage the digital-age patient has never been more motivated for their involvement than now. Our solutions and technologies provide Channel Partners with true interoperability and an intuitive patient-centric interface that's inviting and easy-to-use for everyone.

 

People Equity

The leadership team is headed by Mr. Leonard Tambasco, CEO and an early pioneer of patient-data management and shareability, and a driving force behind the common-sense approach to what the industry now calls ‘patient engagement’. Mr. Tambasco has built leadership and management teams in both private and public companies that produce measurable results for long-term growth. By creating equity in the company’s management, it can build upon that uniquely intangible difference of innovation, integrity, and strategy from the people at the helm (Click here for information on our leadership.)


We’re all patients of one kind or another.

AMR believes that all patients—especially those with chronic illnesses and their caretakers—are entitled to be a more integral part of their own healthcare initiatives and educational advancements. They are ready and willing to become partners of the health care continuum.

Today, with the push of government mandates requiring the ‘Meaningful Use’ of the very type of technology AMR provides, patients and their families are able to contribute to their own ‘improved outcomes’ in a way that makes sense and provides them with essential conveniences and benefits that they can incorporate into their daily lives (Contact Us)