Why Should You Keep a Personal Health Record?


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Prominent health organizations say; (1) changes in the way we keep health records could save billions; (2) widespread use of PHRs could save $13 to $21 billion a year. Use PHRs to partner with your healthcare provide to save healthcare dollars and yours and your physician's time. Learn what prominent health organizations say about personal health records.

American Health Information Management Association

Center for Information Technology Leadership


Mayo Clinic

Medline Plus


49 episodes