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PHR

Abbreviation for personal health record.
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According to the report, PHR documented 15 cases of ill Gaza residents who had been summoned to give information in return for receiving their permits.
HR professionals in more than 100 countries proudly maintain the HRCI's credentials, including the PHR and SPHR, that is a mark of high professional distinction.
Caption: Patients in the PHR group received information about mental health goals.
Today, six IT professionals support the entire PHR network of servers, networks, storage, clients, and applications.
Theoretically, this is where PHRs come in as essential technology tools.
The expected euploid PHR interval (reference interval) was determined by calculating the mean PHR [+ or -] 2 SDs.
Obstacles to PHR implementation include lack of e-service business models and a lack of standardized connectivity between institutions and host applications.
7% who reported using PHRs in a 2008 study conducted by the Markle Foundation.
Craft a simple, standard definition of what a PHR is.
When an issue is identified, the user receives an alert in the PHR, which they are directed to through e-mail notification.
Among the specific incidents cited by the PHR report is that of a "Mr Shurrab" whose two sons were shot by Israeli forces while they drove towards the southern city of Khan Younis on January 16.
The book Breach of Trust, published by PHR and three other medical and human-rights organizations, notes that, "According to news reports, Dr.