All medical intervention is focused in patient’s needs and rights and should be open to a sharing decision making.
e-PHR contemplate these two main objectives.
Despite medical data been provided by physicians, the medical record entirely belongs to the patient.
e-PHR put the patient in the center of the system.
When a patient signs in, he or she is invited to create a strong username (UN) and password (PW), that will provide unlimited access to all medical data recorded on his or her electronic file.
The patient is responsible for e-PHR management.
Each attending physician is granted by the patient with the right to edit the appropriate icons on his or her e-PHR.
All physicians enrolled in patient’s care have full access to patient e-PHR.
Each attending physician generates a strong UN and PW, assuming general civil liability for the expected e-PHR confidentiality.
If the patient decides to exclude one physician, he should make him or her inactive. An inactive physician continues to have access to all previously recorded data, but is no longer allowed to edit patient’s file.
All active physicians continue with the right to edit the appropriate icons of patient’s e-PHR.
Inside the management icon of e-PHR, the patient should always inform the status active or inactive for each attending physician.
Since e-PHR is a new concept, your collaboration is very welcome.
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Global e-PHR was designed to meet the objectives of all stakeholders.
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