Did you know that up to one-third of treatments aren’t based on the
latest research? Keeping a PHR, either on paper or online, allows
doctors to examine a complete medical history and offer you the best
chance for recovery or for management of a chronic illness.
PHRs are still fairly new to the healthcare system, and we understand that as healthcare consumers, you have questions about the benefits and risks of keeping a PHR. For this reason, we provide a communication forum – the Seniors’ Blog – to connect you with health information management professionals for tips and advice on creating and maintaining your own PHR. This section of myPHR.com also provides resources and educational material about PHRs to answer some of your questions and help you determine if a PHR is right for you.
Marsha Dolan, Cindy Boester, Heidi Shaffer, Vera Rulon, Donna DuLong, Sarah Dietze, Maria Kovell, Ted Eytan, Leann Reynolds, Erin Jordan
PHRs do more than manage medication. Stay up to date with information that can help you communicate with your doctor and stay out of the hospital.
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