PHRs offer citizens secure access to view and add to their health information, through user services, data services and device connectivity.
Personal Health Records must abide by information governance guidelines. This includes clinical information and data sharing agreements.
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.
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): tethered and untethered. There are also 8 typical PHR architectures.