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PHR

Abbreviation for personal health record.
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Google Health will primarily be focused on creating digital products and services that can be sold to doctors and hospitals--an approach that could help differentiate the search giant from other medtech industry outsiders looking to move into the space (Amazon, Apple).
She also helped launch Google Health and prior to that she worked for the US Department of Health and Human Services under the Bush administration to set up the first Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC).
To illustrate the challenge for Google Health, a 2011 IDC Health Insights survey found that 7% of consumers had tried online EHRs, and fewer than half of those individuals continued to use them.
You can sync your results to your personal online health records such as Microsoft [R] HealthVault [TM] or Google Health [TM].
He explains what a personal health record is and how to use them and patient portals with patients, protect their privacy, use online patient communities like Wikipedia, train a team in new technology and techniques, educate patients, save time by using phone calls and online consultations, understand the technology, and deal with legal and payment issues, with appendices explaining Google Health and Microsoft Health Vault.
And for all its supposed market clout, Google has launched its share of flops, such as Google Health.
The services provided include gMail, Google Calendar, Google News for Health Information and Education, Google Contacts, Google Maps, and Google Health (personal health record) (Botts, Thomas, Noamani, & Horan, 2010).
Google said that it plans to shut down two services that proved unpopular: Google Health and Google PowerMeter.
The data gathered by the sensors is saved using cloud computing via a 3G wireless connection and then integrated into Google Health's online health records.
Both sent me racing to Google Health where I found further great news: "Saturated fats may not always be harmful," an article assured me.
Track results via passwordprotected website or free iPhone app, or sync with Google Health.
These devices are allowing patients to be more mobile and allowing them to be in control of their medical data through seamless integration with Public Health Record platforms such as Google Health and Microsoft Health Vault.