Tag Archives: Patient empowerment

Patients’ online access to Electronic Health Records – current status and experiences from the implementation in Sweden

In a couple of ours I will be presenting a paper I’ve written together with Isabella Scandurra to an audience at MedInfo2017, a big international Medical and Health Informatics conference. This year the conference is held in Hangzhou, China and … Continue reading

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Transparency and behavioral change

I’m exhausted after a long day of discussions and meetings and debate. Emotional, engaging and inspiring. We started the day with a great presentation of the OpenNotes initative in the US made by Jan Walker. The experience they have made of … Continue reading

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On respect and knowledge

So, I’ve spent my first afternoon at the Salzburg Global Seminar Session 553, at the beautiful Schloss Leopoldskron just outside Salzburg, Austria. In addition to listening to some interesting discussions and meeting a lot of amazing people, I have a … Continue reading

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Salzburg Global Seminar

I am so excited it’s almost a little ridiculous. I’ve been invited to join session 553 at the Salzburg Global Seminar! The session is called Toward a Shared Culture of Health:Enriching and Charting the Patient-Clinician Relationship, and some of the most prominent researchers … Continue reading

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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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Physician Adherence

This amazing facebook post by equally amazing Hugo Campos deserves a blog post all to itself. Enjoy! Hugo turns the table on the old, worn out terms “compliance” and “adherence” which are usually used to describe patients and their behaviour … Continue reading

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Is blood glucose 30 really high or really low?

Did I mention my dad had a blood glucose level of 30 the other day? We were really freaked out because it was so HIGH – and the homecare nurse immediately came and administrated insulin. Since I knew high blood … Continue reading

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