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Objective To design, build, implement, and evaluate a personal health record (PHR), tethered to the Military Health System, that leverages Microsoft Ò HealthVault and Google Ò Health infrastructure based ... Of the users, 169 (67.6%) selected Microsoft Ò HealthVault, and 81 (32.4%) selected Google Ò Health as their PHR of preference. ... The authors are also grateful to L Fagan for his reviews and to the many Microsoft and Google developers and administrators who were extremely supportive of the project. ...doi:10.1136/jamia.2010.004671 pmid:21292705 pmcid:PMC3116258 fatcat:finmeiibibg3fphxnlmqouqwyq
such as Microsoft and Google. 117 Microsoft's application, HealthVault, and Google Health both operate as an open source opt-in service for patients to customize their own health records. 118 These applications ... Another private endeavor aimed at an EHR framework is the use of a Personal Health Record (PHR). ...doi:10.1080/01947648.2013.768153 pmid:23550983 fatcat:vaoksvvd4nh4znhmk2wv42mxle
In this paper, we overview the history of documentation and recording leading broadly from primitive tools into the current age of ubiquitous computing and automatic or semi-automatic recording technologies ... A variety of toolsprimitive, analog, or digital -can complement natural memories through recording. Throughout history, in fact, record keeping and documentation have become increasingly important. ... Microsoft's health records product, the HealthVault, also allows end users to store health information for free and uses a Microsoft LiveID for login and security, enabling seamless integration into other ...doi:10.1561/1100000014 fatcat:bgvjffmnpngojjlksmoiswnb64
Twitter and with "thousands" 267 of other apps, for example with Microsoft's health data platform HealthVault 268 , with an account at Weight Watchers or with the popular fitness app MyFitnessPal. 269 ... At the University of Cambridge, a study in cooperation with Microsoft Research about "Personality and Website Choice" was conducted, which determined correlations between visited websites and, again, the ...fatcat:xjsfsiyvhvc35ncnicu6sr3zom