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David Smith
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Good point Tyler. I’m excited about Google’s new emphasis on the PHR. It’s about time. Hopefully providers will give web access to their patients so the Touch works in waiting rooms. I wonder if providers could use the Touch to document patient encounters?
Kind of a cool concept eh?
How’s your WRX running?
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Dave Smith

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Here is the deal with PHRs and the iPhone:
-If you can access a PHR over the web, you can view it on the iPhone. However, if you need to download any kind of 3rd party proprietary software to view/enable the PHR application you are out of luck since Apple is not currently allowing any third-party software.

Tyler Stone
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The Wall Street Journal blogged last week about a surgeon using the browser-based Life Record EMR on his iPhone:
http://blogs.wsj.com/biztech/2007/07/25/the-iphone-really-can-save-lives/
And there was a press release a couple of weeks ago from HeartIT about viewing medical images on iPhone:
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070716/lam113.html?.v=60