Increasing Patient Engagement in the African American Community through Personal Health Record Use
Personal Health records have many potential benefits to patients, caregivers and institutions. In order to meet meaningful use standards EHR systems must allow patients to be able to access and easily download their healthcare records and images for their own use. Previous studies have shown that African Americans are less likely to enroll in a personal health record than other ethnic populations. This study was done to research and identify possible barriers the have limited the utilization of personal health record use in the African American community. A preliminary survey and focus group were convened to discuss issues affecting PHR utilization.
Perkins, Andrea, "Increasing Patient Engagement in the African American Community through Personal Health Record Use" (2013). Applied Research Projects. 51. . https://doi.org/10.21007/chp.hiim.0045
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