App to help patients manage their electronic health records, including for kidney disease, diabetes and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD).
Currently UK National Health Service.
PatientView is an open-source electronic health records platform used by hundreds of hospital centres and GP practices across the UK.
Renal PatientView is the not-for-profit organisation that created the app and is completely separate to the company that runs myhealthapps.net.
The app helps patients to:
“PatientView allows you to view, monitor and plot trends of your blood results as well as allowing you to view your clinic letters and upload your own readings such as weight and blood pressure.
This will help you understand more about your condition and how your lifestyle is affecting your condition, for example, you can monitor how well you’re adhering to your dietary restrictions such as salt, potassium and phosphates.
…Please, note that note all renal centres use PatientView and those that do not may not use all of its facilities.”
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