ePHR

ePHR

Abbreviation for:
electronic personal health record (see there)
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The participants represented six stakeholder groups (patients, ePHR administrators, healthcare professionals, organizations interested in health technology development, government agencies, and researchers).
Results: We observed that there was no consensual definition of ePHR in Canada.
Technology systems that support practice were shared, including Plunket's digital health record system "ePHR", Nurse Maude's EHR and the Maternity Clinical Information System.
An electronic personal health record (ePHR) is a person-centric tool that enables one to securely access, manage, and share personal health information (PHI).
Use of these systems is considered to be an advantage of the designed EPHR. The OSICS is one of the most common systems used to code injury diagnoses in sports injury surveillance systems, and it was used for the first time in Australia.
The electronic PHR (ePHR) can be linkedto the provider's EHR for the Physician to reviewthe information compiled by the patient.The PHR can lend the following benefits: Improve patient tracking clinicians can monitordisease management oversee progress andtrack medication dosages and compliance.
Since 2004, EMC employees and family members over the age of 18 have had access to their ePHR, which is auto populated (via data warehouse hosted by Optum).
Of the few products using open source software, only one open source license was revealed: Tolven's ePHR uses Lesser GPL.
PLUNKET'S NEW e-health record or "ePHR", is being piloted in Northland this month and will be rolled out across the rest of the country later in the year.