Who can remember all of the interactions you’ve had with the health care system over the course of your life? For example, consider the following: What was that medication you took years ago for gastric reflux? Or when did you get that last tetanus vaccination? Sometimes it doesn’t matter if you don’t remember, but sometimes it does. Depending upon where you received treatment or who your physician was, it may be quite challenging to track down records from past encounters. Recently, columnist Ron Lieber from The New York Times wrote about his odyssey to track down his entire medical history, starting with his pediatric vaccinations from way back when…The result? An interesting fall down the rabbit hole of medical records, insurance companies and data collection services. To follow along on Lieber’s retrieval of his health history, Read Here.