Rapid progress or lengthy process? electronic personal health records in mental health

  title={Rapid progress or lengthy process? electronic personal health records in mental health},
  author={Liam Ennis and Diana Rose and Felicity Callard and Mike Denis and Til Wykes},
  booktitle={BMC psychiatry},
A major objective of many healthcare providers is to increase patients' participation in their own care. The introduction of electronic personal health records (ePHRs) may help to achieve this. An ePHR is an electronic database of an individual's health information, accessible to and maintained by the patient. ePHRs are very much in vogue, with an increasing number of studies reporting their potential utility as well as cost. However, the vast majority of these studies focus on general… CONTINUE READING
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