Health care reform requires an information-system paradigm shift. We present an innovative implementation involving an unbound, interoperable PHR platform that enforces patient permissions while exchanging structured data via Web services with certified EHRs. We draw on a strategic health information technology framework and a disruptive-innovation argument for the underlying conceptual basis. We describe how the platform’s three-tier architecture supports rights–managed care coordination. Finally, we discuss future observational and experimental research on the platform’s cost-effectiveness.
Blechman, E. A., Raich, P., Raghupathi, W., & Blass, S. (2012). Strategic Value of an Unbound, Interoperable PHR Platform for Rights–Managed Care Coordination. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 30, pp-pp. https://doi.org/10.17705/1CAIS.03006
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