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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Personal Health Record By: Thi Urioste & Maria Zeches What is a PHR? Elements of PHR The 2005 Hurricane Katrina exposed the fragilityof the Americas health information infrastructure. When confronted by a disaster, the public needs to be able to depend on reliable access to theirhealth formation. Why you need a PHR? healthcare industry can savea year with widespread use of PHRs doctors believe patientengagement is important Personal identification, Emergency contacts,Insurance, Living wills, Advance directives,Problem lists, Medications, Allergies,Immunizations, Labs, Tests, Hospitalizations, Surgeries billion PHR 13 at least $ 100% People who are more engaged intheir health get better health care What are the types of a PHR? ClinicalSupport Paper-based Hybrid Internet-based Computered-based ImprovedCommunication MedicationAdherence Tracking Appointments No Duplicate Records Easy Access to Records You YourDoctor How to create a PHR? Step 4. Step 3. Step 1. Step 2. Determine your preferred type of PHR Keep everything in one place and maintain confidentiality Record health-related symptoms and activities, bring your PHR to doctor visits Contact your healthcare providers to get a copy of your health records Let trusted family members know where your PHR is kept in case of emergency A tool through which you can access, manage, and share information about your health. Monitor your PHR closely, update it after each doctor visit Create a card that has vital information on it, carry it in your wallet Your PHR is compiled and maintained by you. It does not replace the legal medical record maintained by your doctors. Abramson, E., Patel, V., Edwards, A., & Kaushal, R. (2014). Consumer perspectives on personal health records: A 4-community study. American Journal of Managed Care, 20(4), 287-298. AHIMA Personal Health Record Practice Council. (2006). Helping consumers select PHRs: Questions and considerations fornavigating an emerging market. Journal of AHIMA, 77(10), 50-56.Dimick, C. (2008). A cost-benefit model of PHRs. Retrieved from Journal of AHIMA, (2012). National eHealth Collaborative shares results of 2012 Stakeholder Survey. Retrieved from, J., Aulakh, V., & Bosworth, A. (2009). What it takes: Characteristics of the ideal personal health record. Health Affairs, 28(2),369-376.MyPHR (2003). Retrieved from http://www.myphr.comTang, P., Ash, J., Bates, J., & Sands, D. (2006). Personal health records: Definitions, benefits, and strategies for overcomingbarriers to adoption. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 13(2), 121-126. References
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