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PERSONAL HEALTH RECORD (PHR) SYSTEM

SuruchChakrapeesirisuk5188019ITCS/B
PuchongKaewchote5188045ITCS/B
OrnkanaPattararatkul5188101ITCS/B

B.Sc.(INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY)

Project Advisor: Ms.Pagaporn Pengsart

Abstract

In general, the healthcare information is increasing everywhere and every time with the unexpected redundancy. The reason for the duplication is that a patient goes to see many doctors of many hospital¬¬s. The same of patient’s information is newly recorded every time that the patient moves to another healthcare station. In addition to the redundancy of information, the patients have no idea about their previous medications. Sometimes, this critical information is needed for analysis and diagnosis the current illness of the patient.

As a result, personal health record (PHR) system has been developing for improving how the healthcare information is kept and used. PHR is a portal that allows the patients to see their own information such as family history, hospitalization, laboratory tests, and etc. The information that is shown in PHR system comes from many sources of many healthcare stations that the patient had been going for medications.

Our PHR system is mainly developed on web-based application and used health level 7 (hl7) standard for retrieving the information even though the information is in the different format. Our system also focuses on the benefits that the patient could have by using our phr. Therefore, besides the common functions that show the patient’s health records, it includes a search function that provides drug and disease information for the users who are willing to find knowledge.

 

KEYWORDS: PHR / PERSONAL HEALTH RECORD / HL7

 

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