electronic personal health record

electronic personal health record

An electronic record for an individual used to create, import and store clinical information to support his or her own health needs.
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To provide easier access to more people, IDF recently developed an electronic personal health record (IDF ePHR) specifically for the primary immunodeficiency community that allows patients with these complex disorders to better track and manage their health.
Some received information about shingles via a secure email linked to their electronic personal health record or a mailed postcard, while others received no information other than what they might have gotten during a routine doctor visit.
Since its launch in April, 2008, the Medicare sponsored My Personal Health Record, South Carolina (MyPHRSC) pilot project has offered South Carolina residents in traditional Medicare with free access to an electronic personal health record (PHR).
Unlike physician- or institution-based electronic medical records, an electronic personal health record is maintained and updated by the patient, and can be vital to providing the patient the best medical care, especially in cases of an emergency.
PI CONNECT merges the information entered by patients into IDF ePHR, the electronic personal health record for patients with PI, with the USIDNET patient-consented registry, which contains clinical data on several thousand patients with PI.
MyPHRSC is an electronic Personal Health Record that is pre-populated with 24 months of Medicare claims data for care received in South Carolina.
My Personal Health Record, South Carolina (MyPHRSC), available for people with Original or Traditional Medicare, allows registered users to track their health Medicare claims through an electronic Personal Health Record.
Despite feeling prepared, only 19 percent report that they have their own electronic Personal Health Record (PHR).
Earlier this week, the Company announced the re-launch of its Health Link electronic personal health record (PHR).
Reisman recommends keeping track of immunizations in an electronic personal health record.
The purpose of this research is to document the effectiveness of using an electronic Personal Health Record (ePHR) in a medically underserved population.
Dossia and its collaborators at Children's Hospital Boston are poised to make the vision of a secure and easy-to-use electronic personal health record a practical and sustainable reality.

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