Personal health records: a scoping review

@article{Archer2011PersonalHR,
  title={Personal health records: a scoping review},
  author={Norman Archer and U. Fevrier-Thomas and Cynthia Lokker and K. Ann McKibbon and Sharon E. Straus},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2011},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={
          515-22
        }
}
Electronic personal health record systems (PHRs) support patient centered healthcare by making medical records and other relevant information accessible to patients, thus assisting patients in health self-management. We reviewed the literature on PHRs including design, functionality, implementation, applications, outcomes, and benefits. We found that, because primary care physicians play a key role in patient health, PHRs are likely to be linked to physician electronic medical record systems… CONTINUE READING

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