Comments for Healthcare Revisited http://www.healthcarerevisited.com Consider how healthcare should be... Sat, 15 Sep 2018 15:01:44 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.4.16 Comment on Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record by Data Interchange and Interoperability in Healthcare – Life, Technology and more… http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116&cpage=1#comment-12654 Sat, 15 Sep 2018 15:01:44 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116#comment-12654 […] adopted. When I contacted my new cardiology hospital and offered my PHR in (Epic Systems) Lucy format, they declined and asked for them to be […]

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Comment on Defining telemedicine vs telehealth by EA Phillips http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=67&cpage=1#comment-67 Tue, 02 Apr 2013 13:45:36 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=67#comment-67 Finally! a clear explanation to distinguish the 2. Thank you!

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Comment on Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record by Lynn Garvin http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116&cpage=1#comment-66 Mon, 01 Apr 2013 11:57:04 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116#comment-66 Dear Dr. Costantini, Your 2011 post "Why Epic myChart is NOT a PHR" is a helpful critique. I'm a doctoral student in health IT policy, examining different patient portals and PHRs (Epic, Kaiser, VA). Do you see the same four component points in 2013? New elements or fewer? Has EPIC advanced or lagged on these, based on what you're now seeing? (Bonus Question: How does mobile change this?) Thanks in advance for your perspective!

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Comment on Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record by PDXRayC http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116&cpage=1#comment-63 Wed, 19 Dec 2012 21:37:06 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116#comment-63 Hi, Harry. Sorry I missed your post, and was delayed in getting back to you. Lucy is an infrastructure program (it works on the back end of things to help connect services and expand the functionality of MyChart). It\’s available to health care institutions using Epic, as part of their install. It\’s not a program that is downloaded or installed by public consumers. I hope that helps!

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Comment on Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record by PDXRayC http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116&cpage=1#comment-62 Wed, 19 Dec 2012 21:33:04 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116#comment-62 Thanks for the comment, Ralph. I agree with you that the HealthVault platform has some interesting promise to it (although it suffers from some interesting problems, itself).

From what I\’ve seen, it\’s been designed to act as an infrastructure type tool. The direct interface for MS HealthVault was pretty clunky when I last looked, but they have some really good API\’s that other services can access. What\’s your experience been around that? Have you used it directly, or through another program built over the top of it?

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Comment on Why telehealth is so scary… by PDXRayC http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=33&cpage=1#comment-61 Wed, 19 Dec 2012 21:25:48 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=33#comment-61 Thanks for the comment, Seattletomfoolery. It\’s exciting to see healthcare prepare itself for some real change!

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Comment on Why telehealth is so scary… by seattlekungfoolery http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=33&cpage=1#comment-60 Fri, 14 Dec 2012 22:55:48 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=33#comment-60 I agree about being at an inflection point – keep up the great writing!

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Comment on Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record by Ralph Brown http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116&cpage=1#comment-59 Wed, 28 Nov 2012 22:29:22 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116#comment-59 I have used Microsoft's HealthVault (http:/ /http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/healthvault/) and while less than perfect and not supported by my doctor. It does meet the "Owned and managed by the patient" criteria, which is important to me. It also easily links to a number of my health and wellness devices, e.g. Fitbit, Withings scale and pressure cuff. It does place the onus on me to enter my test results, but at least I have a portal on which to manage all of this data over time.

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Comment on Why Epic myChart is NOT a Personal Health Record by Harry Hoffner http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116&cpage=1#comment-57 Mon, 09 Jul 2012 19:10:43 +0000 http://www.healthcarerevisited.com/?p=116#comment-57 I am interested in downloading a copy of Lucy. I just today downloaded MyChart from the Apple App Store for my Mac, but there is no Lucy app. I checked at Epic's MyChart site and found a discussion of Lucy and its benefits, but cannot for the life of my find anywhere on their site where I can download it! Is it really available? And if so, where?

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