December 5. myMediConnect has announced that its PHR service will no longer be available after January 1, 2015; therefore, all links and references to it have been removed from PHR4us.
November 13. Added Please RT to sidebar and began @PHR4us tweeting.
June 14. Redesigned/added multiple ICEmaker pages; Updated: Wallet Cards; Added: Notices | Site Map link; Added: plea for Feedback in the sidebar; Added to menu bar: Informing Others | Portable PHRs | ICEmaker & Using ICEmaker.
March 11. Added If you build a patient portal, why won’t they come? to the Patient Portals page.
March 4. Added a link to e-Patient.net to the PHR & Providers drop-down menu.
February 5. Updates this News page and added the page, PHR – Security & Privacy.
December 17. BlueCross/BlueShield (FEP) offers a new PHR powered by WebMD health services. Theoretically and practically, this a is setback for HealthVault users, as CCR downloads are no longer available, possibly making HealthVault updates of some BC/BS health information much more difficult.
December 1. Update on BlueCross/BlueShield (FEP) CCR issues (see: Beginners’ Guide – 3).
September 23. Released version 1.0 of PHR4us weblog.
September 9. Announcing… PHR4us – Personal Health Records for Us – a beginners’ guide and reference for PHR. Please visit, explore, and share the link to this new weblog. [posted on Microsoft HealthVault Facebook]
September 9. Leave a Reply now allowed on most posts and pages.
September 4. Call for beta testers as date for version 1.0 nears. [update]
August 8. myMediConnect no longer offers record retrieval service. [Source: Tim Olsen | Account Management | Verisk Health – MediConnect]
August 6. Beginning today, HealthVault users can create their own personal HealthVault apps. More →
July 31. A Call for Help →
July 31. PHR4us has been developed, substantially, in July: As of the 31st it has 59 published pages.
July 9. Coming soon, the PHR4us Forum.
June 17. NPR Morning Edition: Smartphones Help Bridge Gaps in Electronic Medical Records (audio 4:37)