Project Health Design Grants Announced

December 8, 2006

Project HealthDesign of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has announces its grants related to innovation in personal health records. The grantees are:

  • University of Rochester, Personal Health Management Assistant
  • Joslin Diabetes Center, Inc, Personal Health Application for Diabetes Self-Management
  • University of Washington, Chronic Disease Medication Management Between Office Visits
  • Vanderbilt University Medical Center, My-Medi-Health: A Vision for a Child-focused Personal Medication Management System
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School, Supporting Patient and Provider Management of Chronic Pain with PDA Applications Linked to Personal Health Records
  • Research Triangle Institute, ActivHealth: A PHR System for At-Risk Sedentary Adults
  • Art Center College of Design, Living Profiles: Transmedia Personal Health Record Systems for Young Adults
  • University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, Assisting Older Adults with Transitions of Care

All sound interesting and great contributions to the relatively new and growing PHR field. I look forward to the results of these efforts.

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