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  • access
  • Currently, writes Dr Pagliari, a senior lecturer in primary care at University of Edinburgh, existing models of ePHRs vary in the extent to which content and right of access are controlled by the patient or their health care provider and how interactive they are. (eurekalert.org)
  • data
  • The process of transferring health data electronically isn't always perfect and mistakes can happen. (mayoclinic.org)
  • We sought to characterize consumer willingness and unwillingness (reticence) to share PCHR data across health topics, and with different stakeholders, to advance understanding of this issue. (ucsd.edu)
  • system
  • If you see multiple doctors and they don't use the same EHR system, a PHR is a good way to keep all of your health information in one place. (mayoclinic.org)
  • systems
  • These different systems are becoming increasingly complex and some offer features such as health and lifestyle records, ability to book appointments and appointment reminders, patient-doctor messaging and consultation summaries. (eurekalert.org)
  • incentives
  • A personal health records model is superficially attractive because it seems to lack the "misaligned incentives," network effects, and other market failure problems associated with the financing of a national inter-operative EHR model, while the model's patient-centricity purportedly avoids the privacy-confidentiality-security externalities inherent in electronic health records. (ssrn.com)