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Managing Patient-provided Information in EHRs

Author: Warner, Diana

Source: Journal of AHIMA

Publication Date: July 2010


Ensuring correct and complete patient health information is an ongoing challenge for healthcare organizations. Patient-provided health information can help organizations gain a more complete view of a patient's health, and electronic health records (EHRs) provide multiple tools that allow pati....

Diffusion and Use of Tethered Personal Health Records in Primary Care

Author: Vydra, Taylor Pressler ; Cuaresma, Edward; Kretovics, Matthew; Bose-Brill, Seuli

Source: Perspectives in Health Information Management

Publication Date: April 2015


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Background: Personal health records (PHRs) enable patients to access their healthcare information in a secure environment, increasing patient engagement in medical care. PHRs can be tethered to a patient’s electronic health record (EHR). Tethered PHRs, also known as....

Examining Oversight of the Privacy & Security of Health Data Collected by Entities Not Regulated by HIPAA

Author: U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology

Source: Government (U.S.) | U.S. Office of the National Coordinator for HIT

Publication Date: July 2016

As more and more health information is digitized with tools like wearables, fitness trackers and even health social media, the need to make sure identifiable health information is private and secure increases. ONC looks at the challenges of protecting this information.

Consumer Health Vocabulary Initiative [external link]

Author: University of Utah. Biomedical Informatics Department

Source: External web site

Publication Date: September 05, 2012

This site, part of NLM's Unified Medical Language System (UMLS), connects informal, common words and phrases about health to technical terms used by health care professionals. It includes jargon, slang, ambiguous, and misspelled words as used by consumers and health care professionals. Due to its nature, OAC CHV includes concepts that are not represented by other source vocabularies within the Metathesaurus.

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