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When is the PHR the EHR?

Author: Beach, Joan

Source: AHIMA Convention

Publication Date: October 17, 2008

Introduction

Are you ready to tackle the use of the Personal Health Record (PHR) and its integration into the Legal Health Record? Be prepared to find the point of integration and how to use the information provided by the patient. Learn how the “proxy” relationship impacts th....

PHR Effect

Author: Burrington-Brown, Jill

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: February 2005



As part of the Markle and Robert Wood Johnson Foundations Connecting for Health collaborative, a working group on policies for electronic information sharing between doctors and patients was formed. The working group comprised 25 industry leaders, including AHIMA former past president Barb....

Power of Patient Access

Author: Burrington-Brown, Jill

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: May 2005


As health information moves online, a debate has developed about whether patient access to medical information improves outcomes and patient satisfaction. Two recent studies indicate that patient access can both boost satisfaction and empower patients to take greater control of their healthcar....

Information Therapy: A New Interest for HIM

Author: Burrington-Brown, Jill

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: June 2009



HIM professionals involved in patient advocacy and the personal health record will have an interest in information therapy: getting patients the information they need to better manage their health.

Information therapy (Ix) is of interest in health information management, particu....

Consumer Opinions of Health Information Exchange, e-Prescribing, and Personal Health Records

Author: Cochran, Gary L; Lander, Lina; Morien, Marsha; Lomelin, Daniel E; Brittin, Jeri; Reker, Celeste; Klepser, Donald G

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: 2015


Abstract


Background—Consumer satisfaction is a crucial component of health information technology (HIT) utilization, as high satisfaction is expected to increase HIT utilization among providers and to allow consumers to become full participants in their own healthcare management.<....

Smart Cards May Make Security a Non-Issue

Author: Deike, Karen

Source: In Confidence (newsletter)

Publication Date: November 02, 2000


Smart cards have long held enormous potential for governments in managing healthcare information and delivering benefits to clients with more efficiency, less fraud, and greater customer satisfaction. But critical to gaining acceptance of the cards is the ability to assure clients that the in....

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