Electronic Health Record (EHR) refers to the complete set of information that resides in electronic form and is related to the past, present, and future health status or health care provided to a subject of care. The primary purpose of electronic health records (EHRs) is the documentation, retrieval, transmission, linking, and processing of multimedia information to legitimate users for the delivery of knowledge and decision support that enhance efficient and secure health-related services, regardless of the health-care model applied. Secondary uses of EHRs are related to policy development, education, research, quality management, and disease surveillance via anonymized datasets requiring, in most of the cases, explicit consent on behalf of the subject of care.
APP-ONE is a mobile app of patient’s electronic health record. It connects patients and their physician anywhere and in any location. Likewise, healthcare professionals (medical technologist, nurses, and laboratory technicians) can communicate directly within the network and could exchange information regarding patient’s care within the system. Physicians can also exchange information and case analysis of the patient in distance. The APP-ONE can also linked different clinics/hospitals pertaining to health record information of patient’s diagnosis and treatment. Generally, the patient will benefit on the app as a cost-effective, mobile health recording, continuous of care and quality of treatment.