Frequently Asked Questions
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An adult manager is over 18 years of age and controls themselves and possibly other individuals’ medical information. A managed adult is a user over the age of 18 that has given either management access or viewing access to an adult manager. A managed minor is a user under 18 years of age, a minor.
A minor may have viewing access to their ConsoliDoc portal but must have someone else acting and managing on their behalf. The adult manager account allows guardians to control and house their children, parents, and other loved ones records from one ConsoliDoc portal.
For example, an authorized representative (parent/legal guardian) can create a ConsoliDoc adult manager account for themself and add their children as managed minors users if they are under 18 years of age. The adult manager may also be given management or viewing access to a managed adult, which may be their parents, sibling, or significant other.
It’s entirely up to you. You can share records or management authority with family, friends, medical providers, and other professionals.
Yes, ConsoliDoc provides a family plan to simplify record management. Parents, siblings, and grandparents can all be managed from one dashboard using ConsoliDoc.
Yes. ConsoliDoc has a family plan in which, when creating your account or from your account settings, you can add your children, siblings, grandparents, or any other loved ones.
Upon your child’s 18th birthday, they will be granted management control of their ConsoliDoc portal with the ability to add their parent/legal guardian as a manager.
ConsoliDoc does not play any role in a divorce as it has no ability to act without expressed authorization from users. Users are solely responsible for monitoring account access.
Users are responsible for the canceling of the deceased user’s account.