EncounterPro (Electronic Health Record
- EHR) - The EncounterPro EHR is the only full-featured workflow management system for the ambulatory care EHR market designed for physician office use.
CareEngine System-powered Personal Health Record
pilot available February 2007 provides personalized alerts and interactive functions; all Aetna subscribers to receive an online Health History Report in January 2007
With the addition of Wayport's carrier grade Wi-Fi wireless network service, technology, and ongoing maintenance and application support, the Catalis[R] Accelerator(TM) GHR now provides a highly secure, reliable and cutting-edge electronic health record
solution for the medical industry.
Jim Hogan, CEO of My Medical CD commented, "My Medical CD is a Personal Health Record
that can be viewed on a CD the patient carries or from any computer at any location with internet access.
com for free to create a secure personal health record
for an individual or family.
McClung successfully attested under the Medicare tract of the federal government's electronic health record
But analysts note that most of these providers work in partnership with insurers and health providers, while Dossia is an employer-sponsored personal health record
The health record
permits us to protect the abnormal child from himself.
Personal health records
have usually been web-based with applications either provided by insurers or third-party vendors such as Google Health or Microsoft (HealthVault) which are all free or subscription-based applications such as MedicAlert
Brailer will be to move the health-care system toward a common standard for electronic health records
The Department of Defense is in the process of rolling out its Composite Health Care System II, a comprehensive digital health record
designed to follow military personnel and their dependents for their entire lives, said Dr.
CapMed now offers three interchangeable formats: the Personal Health Record
(PHR) desktop software to optimize marketing outreach of personal health tools and services; the portable Personal HealthKey[TM], which uses USB flash technology for ubiquitous portability of health information, with new enhancements for security, privacy, and data protection; and the Online PHR which operates as a standalone or in conjunction with the desktop or portable formats, and facilitates patient-directed permissions for sharing all or part of the patient's record with providers, caregivers and others.