MIAMI, March 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- "Many medical practices still maintain patient health records the way they did in Babylonian days; our nation cannot afford not to change that," asserts Joseph H.
What does PHR stand for?
PHR stands for Patient Health Records
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According to Professor Sia, "We've built a handheld mobile device that can perform laboratory-quality testing in minutes on a finger stick drop of whole blood, and automatically synchronize the test results with patient health records across the globe using both cell phone and satellite networks.
The group NO2ID points out that in a recent Examiner story officials said details of patient health records - stored as a new computerised Summary Care Record (SCR) - would "only be accessible by staff directly involved in a patient's treatment''.
The report contains two major goals for the state: * Evolve patient health records into a uniform format for all health care providers.
But one of the major hurdles in creating secure and portable patient health records is authentications, said Dr.
In June 2004, at the Subcommittee's request, GAO reported on its review of the departments' progress toward the goal of an electronic two-way exchange of patient health records.
Nearly three-fourths of Americans favor establishing a nationwide electronic information exchange to allow patient health records to be shared quickly among health professionals via the Internet, according to a survey of 800 adults sponsored by the Markle Foundation.
The system is paving the way for the formation of a national database of patient health records.