An exploratory study of the personal health records adoption model in the older adult with chronic illness.

@article{Logue2012AnES,
  title={An exploratory study of the personal health records adoption model in the older adult with chronic illness.},
  author={Melanie D. Logue and Judith A. Effken},
  journal={Informatics in primary care},
  year={2012},
  volume={20 3},
  pages={151-69}
}
BACKGROUND Despite international efforts moving toward integrated care using health information technologies and the potential of electronic PHRs to help us better coordinate patient-centered care, PHR adoption in the United States remains low among patients who have been offered free access to them from private-sector companies. If older adult stand to benefit from the use of PHRs for its usefulness in self-managing chronic illness, why have they not been more readily adopted? Since the… CONTINUE READING

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