Monday, March 1, 2010

IU, NoMoreClipboard expand IT use to improve student health, wellness

The IU Health Center, above, receives about 70,000 patient visits each yard. About 40 percent of the 2009 IU freshman class created an electronic personal health record facilitated through a partnership between the Health Center and  Courtesy of Indiana University.

Building on the success of recent student personal health record adoption rates at Indiana University's Bloomington campus, and IU on Feb. 4 announced a strategic alliance to develop additional personal health modules in an effort to improve student health and wellness at IU, and to market healthcare information technology solutions to other colleges and universities. is an online, patient-controlled personal health record management system designed to consolidate a patient's medical information in one convenient and secure location for easy access and use.
Indiana University students at the Bloomington campus can currently create a free personal health record account by visiting the Health Center's Web site ( and clicking on "myHEALTH" to visit the Health Center page on the OneStart portal.
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(IU News: 3/1/2010)