An eight-year study of more optimal use of personal health records finds observations of daily life that individuals enter into their PHR are the most meaningful bits of information.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation funded the two-round program, called “Project Health Design: Rethinking the Power and Potential of Personal Health Records,” to expand the vision of PHRs beyond being electronic copies of patient medical records, but a tool that engages individuals and offer actionable information.

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