Tag Archives: EHR4U

Reading my EHR as a way to prepare

[Warning for oversharing – this post will contain details from my electronic health record] I’m waiting for my primary care center to call me back, and while I’m waiting I log into my online electronic health record. It’s always good to be … Continue reading

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Demo devil – is your name Inera?

Last week I was invited by the LET (Laboratory for Emerging Technologies)research group at KI to participate in a workshop and an afterwork (with beer) at the new H2 Health Hub in Solna. Naturally I agreed, and yesterday I joined a … Continue reading

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Giving patients online access to their EHR – interview with Benny Eklund

I’ve written before about patients online access to their Electronic Health Records in Sweden, and this is a topic that is very dear to me – I will without a doubt return to it often. Last year, me and my … Continue reading

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Patient’s online access to their electronic health records in Sweden

In October 2012 I wrote a blog post about why I wanted to read my own electronic health records. In this post, I will try to give a very brief summary of what has happened since then when it comes to … Continue reading

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