Towards an Accessible Personal Health Record

@inproceedings{Basdekis2011TowardsAA,
  title={Towards an Accessible Personal Health Record},
  author={Ioannis Basdekis and Vangelis Sakkalis and Constantine Stephanidis},
  booktitle={MobiHealth},
  year={2011}
}
Patient empowerment frameworks, including personal health records (PHR), actively engage technology empowered citizens in their healthcare. Particularly today, with the current increase of chronic diseases, the high growth rate of the elderly and disabled populations and at the same time the much higher cross-border patient mobility,such systems may prove to be lifesaving, cost effective and time saving. Currently, there are many different online applications promoted as being functional, user… 

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