PHR Resulted in Improved Quality of Care and Use of Services

A recent Emory University study concluded,

“Having a personal health record resulted in significantly improved quality of medical care and increased use of medical services among patients. Personal health records could provide a relatively low-cost scalable strategy for improving medical care for patients with comorbid medical and serious mental illnesses.

American Journal of Psychiatry

e-Patient Dave discusses the study’s results and conclusions on the e-patients.net weblog.

Also, see the e-patient.net post, “How Collaborating with Patients Improves Hospital Care”: Guardian.

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Retired Educator
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