Personal Health Information Management (PHIM): Insights from Professional Organizers as Third-party Observers
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- Describe the challenges experienced by health consumers in managing their personal health information (PHI) as reported by professional organizers who assist them.
- Recognize how the health information environment, and individuals' health situation and social support system converge to effect consumer-patients' ability to manage their PHI from the perspectives of organizers.
- Judge how the communication and information practices of providers and insurers effect patients' ability to manage their PHI and their health.
Assistant Professor, Master of Public Health Program, Department of Public Health, Des Moines University
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