Personal Health Records (PHR) and the future of the physician-patient relationship

@inproceedings{Baird2011PersonalHR,
  title={Personal Health Records (PHR) and the future of the physician-patient relationship},
  author={Aaron Baird and Frederick North and T. S. Raghu},
  booktitle={iConference '11},
  year={2011}
}
We provide early evidence that healthcare consumers plan to play a more active role in their healthcare through the use of a patient-centric information tool---the Personal Health Record (PHR). We assess consumer attitudes, values, and beliefs of PHRs through the use of a focus group and further analyze the intention to adopt a PHR through the use of a survey based on the adoption of innovations model by Rogers [38]. We find that while barriers to PHR adoption exist---such as concerns about… CONTINUE READING

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