A Portal for Ubiquitous Access to Personal Health Records on the Cloud

@inproceedings{Koufi2010APF,
  title={A Portal for Ubiquitous Access to Personal Health Records on the Cloud},
  author={Vassiliki Koufi and Flora Malamateniou and George Vassilacopoulos},
  booktitle={MobiHealth},
  year={2010}
}
Recently, there has been a remarkable upsurge in activity surrounding the adoption of Personal Health Records (PHRs) whose architectures are based on the fundamental assumptions that the complete records are centrally stored and that each patient retains authority over access to any portion of his/her record. Although the consumer/patient is the primary beneficiary and user of PHRs, healthcare professionals stand to benefit from their use as well. In particular, the integration of leading-edge… 

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