Personal health records aid well-child care
Wednesday, October 23, 2013 | Lisa Hack, Contemporary Pediatrics
Parents who use integrated personal health records (PHRs) are more likely to bring their children to recommended well-child care visits and, possibly, to adhere to recommended immunization schedules, according to a new retrospective study.
I learned that a PHR saves time, energy, and money. And it saved my life!
Saturday, June 08, 2013 | Marilyn Render
Maintaining a personal health record (PHR) is the key to my existence today. My PHR experience started in the early 1970’s. My parents were diligent about keeping comprehensive and up-to-date files and medical records for me, due to a near medical error as a child. I was almost given the wrong medication by the physician in an emergency situation.