Tips to keep in mind for personal health records

September 2008
Hospice Management Advisor;Sep2008, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p104
The article offers several pointers to consider in gaining access to online personal health records (PHR). Karen Golden Russell, senior marketing manager at Philips Home Healthcare Solutions, suggests to identify the type of record the patients have. Russell implies that home health managers should consult lawyers on the responsibility of nurses with access to patients' PHR.


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