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  • 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)
  • These areas that seem to pose potential risks can be addressed if hospitals adopt procedures and policies that are compatible and feasible with the Electronic Health Records system functionalities. (primewritings.com)
  • confidentiality
  • 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)
  • The principal thrust of this article is that personal health records are dangerously flawed adjuncts to or substitutes for provider-centric records, and while lacking many of the touted quality or cost-reduction benefits of oft-criticized electronic health records they pose substantially higher levels of risk regarding security, privacy, and confidentiality. (ssrn.com)
  • Accountability Act
  • It addresses the security, integrity, accessibility, and privacy of crucial health information through policies and procedures that accommodate the Accountability Act and Insurance Portability's security and privacy regulations. (primewritings.com)
  • Challenges
  • This does not mean merely meeting the above challenges but coming up as leaders in the health profession who can change business processes and operations successfully to suit the changing trends. (primewritings.com)