Vendor Assessment: When Will PHR Platforms Gain Consumer Acceptance?
|Author:||Lynne A. Dunbrack|
|Document Type||Vendor Assessment|
|Number of Pages||25|
|Number of Figures||17|
This IDC Health Insights report examines the progress that personal health record (PHR) platforms, such as Dossia, Google Health, and Microsoft HealthVault, have made over the past several years; analyzes survey results regarding consumer attitudes toward PHRs; and discusses the future for PHRs in 2011 and beyond.
"When it comes to consumer adoption of PHRs and PHR platforms, patience will continue to be the watchword," states Lynne A. Dunbrack, program director, IDC Health Insights. "Consumer adoption of PHRs and the reasons for not using them have not changed significantly over the past five years. Greater strides in patient engagement will be required if interoperable, personal medical device–connected PHRs are to play an important supporting role for accountable care and patient-centered medical homes."
Bayer Aktiengesellschaft, Longs Drug Stores Corp, Comcast Corporation, VERIZON COMMUNICATIONS INC., VANGUARD HEALTH SYSTEMS, INC., BP p.l.c., Cablevision Systems Corporation, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., CVS CAREMARK CORPORATION, Google Inc., Pitney Bowes Inc., AT&T Inc., Applied Materials, Inc., Quest Diagnostics, Inc., IBM, Intel Corporation, VIOQUEST PHARMACEUTICALS, INC., Cardinal Health, Inc., Microsoft Corporation
Android, App stores, Applications, Broadband, Messaging security, Mobility, Networked consumer devices, Networking and connectivity devices, Routers, Smartphone, Software, TV phone, Video player, VoIP, Windows Phone 7
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