NOTE: As of June 14, 2013, the Project HealthDesign website is now an archive and will not be updated regularly. Please feel free to use the site to learn about our work exploring the power and potential of personal health records. Direct any inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Project HealthDesign has explored practical ways to capture and integrate patient-recorded observations of daily living (ODLs) into clinical care.
Merck | Heritage Provider Network Innovation Challenge
Posted on October 17, 2013
Focusing on Improving Patient Health: Reimagining Solutions for Care Plan Adherence, the Challenge calls on innovators, entrepreneurs, reseachers, designers, and patients to submit concepts for solutions that enhance patient engagement and adherence to provider-recommended care plans, and ultimately that improve the quality of life for patients with hear disease and/or diabetes...Read More >>
Kaiser Permanente Research Position
Posted on September 3, 2013
Kaiser Permanente Division of Research just released a posting for an MD/PhD informatics lead. Please click here for details.
On the Project HealthDesign Blog (more » )
by Deven McGraw
With this, my last Project HealthDesign blog post, I wanted to share, on behalf of myself and my colleagues at Manatt, some final thoughts about our experience as Project HealthDesign’s Regulatory and Assurance Counsel, providing assistance to… Read More »
WendySwanberg, Project HealthDesign Communications Project Assistant
Last week, national program director Patti Brennan held a briefing in Washington, DC, to speak with policy makers about the many insights that have emerged from the work of Project HealthDesign. While it's nearly
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Sara Koliner, Policy Analysis Project Assistant, Project HealthDesign National Program Office
Last week, the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) approved 51 awards as part of its second cycle of funding in support of the development of a National Patient-Centered Clinical… Read More »
Final Technical Report
A Standards-Based Model for the Sharing of Patient-Generated Health Information With Electronic Health Records
by Sujansky & Associates, LLC
This paper proposes a standards-based model to communicate data from patients’ personal health devices to providers’ EHRs in a manner that is feasible for both patients and providers...Patient-generated health information (PGHI) may comprise clinical parameters already familiar to medical providers (such as blood-glucose measurements or pain-scale observations), as well as “Observations of Daily Living” that are defined by patients and do not necessarily map directly to biomedical models of disease and illness (such as mood and sleep patterns). The model defined here applies to the sharing of both types of PGHI....Read the Report »
Project HealthDesign is a national program of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Pioneer Portfolio