It's said that an elephant never forgets, do you?

The origin of the phrase "an elephant never forgets" refers to observations that elephants follow the same paths, and even hand down genetic memories, of directions and places across generations. Each elephant clan has a certain burial place, and always help the dying ones get back there if they are not killed traumatically first.

We think elephants are pretty amazing. If you don't have the memory of an elephant, RememberItNow! can help.
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What is eHealth?
eHealth is short for electronic health. The term is relatively new, introduced in 2000. eHealth refers to the use of computers and networks like the Internet to store and manage your medical records, instead of paper files. With ehealth, important information about your health is available when and where it's needed. eHealth is also sometimes called health information technology, which is not near as catchy a phrase.

The World Health Organization has spent considerable time defining what is meant by the term eHealth. "eHealth is the combined use of electronic communication and information technology in the health sector.' It refers to the health care components delivered, enabled or supported through the use of information and communications technology. It may involve clinical communications between healthcare providers such as online referrals, electronic prescribing and sharing of electronic health records. It can also provide access to information databases, knowledge resources and decision support tools to guide service delivery.