This toolkit supports health and care organisations in England to commission, develop or manage Personal Health Records (PHRs) and other citizen-facing tools.
Personal Health Records adoption toolkit
Find organisations developing Personal Health Records (PHRs) in England, on our interactive filterable map. Tell us if we're missing any other PHRs.
This good practice guidance can be used when developing Personal Health Records (PHRs). We have grouped the guidance in line with our PHR definition.
These are existing standards across health and care services and not necessarily specific to PHRs. Some are mandatory, but all should help you.
There are two types of Personal Health Records (PHRs) available to individuals: tethered and untethered. Untethered PHRs can be integrated or standalone.
There are 8 typical ways for organisations to implement Personal Health Records (PHRs). These ways are also known as archetypes.
This is a checklist of functionality that can be built into a PHR, to help patients and service users to manage their conditions and needs.
It is important to involve your users and understand their needs, including accessibility, when you are commissioning a Personal Health Record (PHR).
How PHRs relate to NHS login, the NHS Apps Library, Local Health Care Records (LHCRs) and INTEROPen, plus why it matters to you.
This toolkit is based on research with organisations developing Personal Health Records. Learn about a PHR at East Surrey Hospital.
Find out how to contact the Personal Health Records toolkit team, plus how to sign up for email updates, take part in our research, or share your good practice.