Supporting the Continuum of Care for Combat Wounded Patients: Adaptive Interfaces for Personal Health Records

@inproceedings{HarryDTunnell2013SupportingTC,
  title={Supporting the Continuum of Care for Combat Wounded Patients: Adaptive Interfaces for Personal Health Records},
  author={IV HarryD.Tunnell and Aeshvarya Verma},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper, we describe a concept for an adaptive interface for a military Personal Health Record (PHR). PHRs are electronic records used by people to manage their personal healthcare information. In the Military Healthcare System, combat wounded patients encounter a range of challenges due to the unique nature of the military environment and the severity of their wartime injuries. These factors affect how people interact with a computer interface. In many instances, combat wounded patients… 
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