Challenges to Using an Electronic Personal Health Record by a Low-Income Elderly Population

@inproceedings{Frost2009ChallengesTU,
  title={Challenges to Using an Electronic Personal Health Record by a Low-Income Elderly Population},
  author={Jeana Frost and Kim M. Nazi and Eung-Hun Kim and Anna Stolyar and William B. Lober and Anne L. Herbaugh and Sally E. Shinstrom and Brenda K. Zierler and Cheong Boon Soh and Yongmin Kim},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Electronic personal health records (PHRs) are increasingly recognized and used as a tool to address various challenges stemming from the scattered and incompatible personal health information that exists in the contemporary US health care system. Although activity around PHR development and deployment has increased in recent years, little has been reported regarding the use and utility of PHRs among low-income and/or elderly populations. OBJECTIVE The aim was to assess the use and… CONTINUE READING