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by John Moore | December 11, 2007

Correction: AMA Article on PHRs

As physicians will play an extremely important role in the future adoption and use of personal health records (PHRs), educating […]

by John Moore | December 05, 2007

A Utility Called Dossia

Earlier this year, Dossia established a partnership with the Children’s Hospital Informatics Program (CHIP) at Children’s Hospital Boston to use […]

by John Moore | November 30, 2007

Wharton School Takes a Look at PHRs

University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School has published an article this week on the Personal Health Records (PHRs) market.  Article provides […]

by John Moore | November 29, 2007

Moving the Ball Forward: PCHRI 2007

The Children’s Hospital Informatics Program (CHIP), developers of Indivo, hosted PCHRI 2007, an invitation only conference over the last two […]

by John Moore | November 26, 2007

PHRs on NPR this Morning

This morning’s newscast of Morning Edition on National Public Radio (NPR) had a brief story (~ 4min, you can listen […]

by John Moore | October 23, 2007

Quick Snippets from Connected for Health

Big draw of over 750 attendees. Good representation of the industry, with primary focus on telehealth, thus plenty of representatives […]

by John Moore | October 19, 2007

Next Week: Connected Health Symposium

On Monday and Tuesday of next week, I’ll be at the 2007 Symposium, Building the Connected Health Economy, which has […]

by John Moore | October 18, 2007

Ho Hum, Google Tries to Keep the Embers Glowing

Google’s new leader of the Health Group, Marissa Mayer gave a very mundane presentation yesterday at the Web 2.0 conference […]

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