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PHR Products – Content and Protection

“There are many new PHR products that run on USB keys, flash drives, mobile phone devices, PDA’s and more being introduced to the market every day. For a PHR application to be truely beneficial it must be platform independent, have a zero footprint, be accessible , with a permissions structure, be available to the provider, first responder, patient and most important provide encryption or at a minimum a password and ID functionality to protect the contents of the device. When you are expanding EMR to a platform for individuals, to be functional for both the patient and provider, mobile device applications should contain at a minimum patient personal data, insurance data, medication data, emergency contact information, immunization and allergey data, providers list, medical conditions, and actual digital images of patient charts and medical film.”

Larryh, EMR Blog, 12 November 2009

12 November 2009 | Categories: News | Country: United States | EHR: EHR, EHR USA | Tag(s): phr, portability, Security
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