Saturday, August 25, 2007

PCHRI 2006 | The Harvard Medical School Meeting on Personally Controlled Health Record Infrastructure

PCHRI 2006 | The Harvard Medical School Meeting on Personally Controlled Health Record Infrastructure: "Patients should be at the center of the healthcare universe. Personal Health Records are an integral part of the national debate on healthcare reform. But are patients' rights being considered in the move towards an interconnected health system? And will the infrastructure that emerges truly support and encourage the development and adoption of innovative new healthcare products and services? Are 'Health Banks' the answer? These were some of the issues explored at the first annual invited Harvard Medical School Meeting on Personally Controlled Health Records Infrastructure. This invitation-only event was held on October 10th and 11th, 2006 at the Countway Library of Medicine at Harvard Medical School."

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