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9 Popular Personal Health Record Tools

While many consumers remain skeptical of personal health records, advocates say these tools can help patients manage medical data and interact with doctors. Here's a look at nine popular PHR offerings.
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MedSeek's PHR offers patients a one-stop-shop. It pulls in data from back-end clinical systems while also allowing patients to enter data. MedSeek executives refer to this as a collaborative environment in which patients can engage in their own care. On the provider end, it helps organizations achieve Meaningful Use, while at the same time creating a lasting health-related loyalty with patients and their families, MedSeek says The product lets users consolidate inpatient, outpatient, and patient-provided health information into a single repository, making the organization the center of the patient's health management process.

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csilvasft
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csilvasft,
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6/1/2014 | 4:04:31 AM
re: 9 Popular Personal Health Record Tools.
There is now an alternative solution named 'CGS MedRec'. This software keeps your personal medical records centralized locally on your pc, it is very powerful and easy-to-use and above all it's free and open-source.

Check it on http://sourceforge.net/projects/cgsmedrec/.

The main advantage of saving your medical data locally or as an encrypted file on the cloud (both options supported by CGS MedRec), is that you always truly remain in control over your privacy sensitive medical data. On the other hand you can use it as a backup, in case you already use an online solution, or use it together to make use of CGS MedRec unique and very useful features.


Good luck,
CSilva.
Rohal
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Rohal,
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6/30/2012 | 5:10:14 AM
re: 9 Popular Personal Health Record Tools
Maybe you have a look at Drimpy.com ? Why not, it is an integrated and overarching health care platform, patient based and with three basic and free features: your PHR, daily journal for tracking and monitoring your health parameters and a private and safe connection and communication network!
Connect with us to learn more about its premium features just like the physician features!
Thx. for allowing me this "promotional" comment!
Rob
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