Category Archives: Patient Portals

Emerging Portal Features – Not a Moment Too Soon

I suspect that most of us who have used a number of patient portals have found them, in general, superficial, and generally lacking is essential features, such as secure messaging, open notes, and informative visualization of time-series data (e.g., plots/graphs of … Continue reading

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@PatientPower: HealthIT Empowers Patients, Too

Patient Power and Andrew’s Blog are among my favorite online resources for information about cancer care. They chronicle so well the world of clinical research, promising treatments and trials, and potential outcomes. It’s great hearing the best of the best in the world … Continue reading

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TED Talks on Personal Health IT

One of my favorite sites on the internet is TED. The TED credo is ideas worth spreading. Virginia O’Leary and I developed The Best of TED class for members of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Auburn University. One of the sessions was … Continue reading

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