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Personal Health Records: Keyose is the Solution!

Personalized medicine/genetics can’t live and rise without online personal health records. Of course, it’s one of the most dangerous fields of web and medicine as we obviously don’t want anyone to steal our medical records. Even if I think people wants to steal our money more so they are interested more in our online bank accounts than our medical ones.

There were so many discussions (Constructive Medicine; bbgm) about how to create an online site where we could store our medical records which means we should’t take all of our medical data with us when visiting our doctor. We or our physician just log into the site and check our records.

Now through the comment of Dr. Julio Bonis, I came across Keyose, the easiest and safest way to get your personal health data on real-time worldwide. You get your own ID, so you don’t have to give your real name, neither your e-mail address. The designer was the doctor who described the first case of Wiiitis. The philosophy is totally based on anonymous users.

As they do not collect personal data, therefore the confidentiality is guaranteed. You can also print your health card:



This is a good start. Follow their blog! I’ve already signed up.

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  1. Thanks for visiting Keyose.

    Hope you find it interesting and useful.

    I will add new functions as uploading medical images (your EKG, X-rays) in the next days so keep an eye on keyose.

    February 24, 2008
  2. Keyose seems to be very similar to OpenHealthRecord:

    OpenHealthRecord is template driven which enables much better granularity of data than just the few simple text fields that Keyose has.

    It also goes one step further and makes the anonyous data accessible under a creative commons license – for research or analysis purposes. Your health data is no longer a commodity that is bought, sold and hoarded by research organisations.

    April 17, 2008

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