Interactive Preventive Health Record to Enhance Delivery of Recommended Care: A Randomized Trial

Krist, Alex H.; Woolf, Steven H.; Rothemich, Stephen F.; Johnson, Robert E.; Peele, J. Eric; Cunningham, Tina D.; Longo, Daniel R.; Bello, Ghalib A.; Matzke, Gary R.
July 2012
Annals of Family Medicine;Jul/Aug2012, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p312
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the randomized controlled trial of interactive preventive health record (IPHR) that links patients to their clinician's record. It emphasizes that in IPHR, clinicians explain information of preventive service in lay language. It mentions the random selection of patients to receive a mailed invitation to use the IPHR or usual care. It also notes the potential of IPHR to increase preventive service delivery.


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