Cambridge to use MyChart PHR
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust intends to start giving patients access to the personal health record MyChart by the end of the year.
Tom’s digital health disruptors: EHRs crunch with Apple
In the first of a new, monthly column looking at disruptive technologies, Digital Health reporter Thomas Meek considers the potential of the Apple Watch – and why so many EPR vendors are rushing to link up with it.
Cerner app on time for Apple Watch
Cerner has developed a personalised healthcare data app to use on the Apple Watch, hailing the device as “the next evolution” in healthcare.
Cerner to integrate PHR data in records
Cerner has partnered with digital health platform Validic in a deal to integrate patient-generated data into its patient portals and electronic patient records.
PHRs focus of IT strategy – Williams
Personal health records systems are set to be a significant part of the National Information Board’s upcoming informatics strategy, Health and Social Care Information chief executive Andy Williams has said.
London PHR event looks for ‘pull’ effect
London Connect is holding an event to encourage the public to get involved with personal health records at the end of next week.
Patient demands should drive PHRs
Patients value online transactional services above the ability to view their electronic medical record, think-tank 2020health has advised.
Microsoft HealthVault “stands ready”
Microsoft’s international business development lead has told E-Health Insider that the company “stands ready” to work with the government on personal health records. Should the coalition want to move forward with plans to introduce PHRs, Microsoft says it would hope to support them with its HealthVault platform. EHI TV asked whether Microsoft is disappointed by […]
Birmingham develops PHR
The University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust is preparing to provide patients with access to their medical information via a new personal health record.
Boomers lead on personal health records
Personal health records have become a reality for millions of Americans, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society’s annual conference has heard.