Vision and mission
RECLAIMING YOUR DATA
The vision of PortableEHR is that each of us should be able to:
- take ownership of our data,
- choose with whom we want to share our data,
- choose if we want to share our data for research purposes on subjects we consider of interest and relevance
THE CELL PHONE AS MANAGER OF IDENTITY AND CONSENT
- Allow your mobile phone to be used as an identity proxy and consent manager.
- Access your information in a connected system.
- Grant, if you wish, a single instance reading right to a third party.
PortableEHR can interface with any system
An electronic medical record
Put the patient in the loop via their mobile so that they may acknowledge having received information. That may inc test requests, lab results that may require follow-up, imaging results, or confirmation of appointments that automatically updates your schedule in real time.
All steps are logged and failure of acknowledgement by the patient will trigger a follow-up alert sent directly to your clinic manager.
A laboratory information system
Put the patient in the loop via their mobile and make sure they act promptly in cases where the information conveyed requires immediate attention i.e., a positive test result for an infectious disease.
The built-in technology of PortableEHR allows you to configure a countdown after which time the lack of acknowledgement from the patient will trigger a follow-up alert to the lab personnel to reach the patient using an alternative method.
A radiology information system
Put the patient in the loop via their mobile so that they may confirm having received information that a follow-up test is required.
Make sure that they are reminded within an appropriate time frame and that failure to act will trigger a follow-up alert sent directly in your information system.
A hospital information system
Put the patient in the loop so that they may confirm having received their discharge summary or any other outpatient clinical requirement to further their health.
The application will also allow them to share their medical information to any party involved in their care, given their explicit consent