Edison, NJ (PRWEB) June 29, 2011
"PHRsT.org has effectively resolved the fundamental privacy concerns that prevent regular citizens from joining a PHR service," says Maggie G, president and CEO of Redwoodland LLC. "However, it is very difficult for the general public to understand an unique account management schema. In a nutshell, PHRsT.org site allows a citizen to create a basic PHR account without any identity information such as name, address etc. Thus a PHR user can confidently stay anonymous and still enjoy an unique medical data synchronization automation."
In fact, designing a website that allows users to stay anonymous is not difficult, but rather the financial aspect. In reality, not many investors are interested in building a large data warehouse that does not have a clear lucrative prospective. Typically, data mining, cloud computing, etc. lead to a more informative result if the data identity information is available.
PHRsT.org bridges up this gap with its unique patent pending technology. For one, PHRsT.org does not need much personal information to manage an anonymous PHRs account. Gender, age, blood type and zip code are all the users need to set up a PHR account. Also, PHRsT's intellectual data schema and encryptions are able to filter out valuable statistical results that can be used by communities and local governments.
PHRst.org also dedicates to promoting a healthier personal life. While politicians are fighting for health care reform, each citizen can actually help to reduce his/her medical cost by living a more rational life and maintaining good health. Tracking bio data changes, drug usage results, dental conditions, vaccine histories, etc. can be easily done by logging into PHRsT.org. If one is able to systematically show his or her doctor about a medical condition they have and present nice plots for their bio data, chances are they will be treated more seriously by their doctor.
A natural question for owning an anonymous PHR account is: How does it work? Read the Frequently Asked Questions section at http://www.phrst.org/html/faqHtml.php, which will give a good idea on how their system works. This new website also provides the web links for all other popular PHRs websites at the left side of its homepage. They are confident that visitors will choose http://www.phrst.org over other sites after independent comparisons, since no other PHR website, no matter how popular, has been able to resolve the user data privacy as well as phrst.org.
The presidential 2004 Executive Order is calling for every American to have a Personal Health Record and now with phrst.org, privacy no longer has to be an issue. If PHRs can save medical resources and help to build a healthier personal life, perhaps it is wise to create a PHRs account today- for a better life, a better community, a better nation.