IPHR

AcronymDefinition
IPHRInside the Park Home Run (baseball)
IPHRInternational Partnership for Human Rights (Brussels, Belgium)
IPHRInteractive Preventive Health Record (clinical study)
IPHRInternational Protection of Human Rights
IPHRInverted Polypoid Hamartoma of the Rectum (gastroenterology)
References in periodicals archive ?
IPHRs are already used by millions of patients, and their adoption is reaching a tipping point in some regions of the country.
As the NEJM notes in a recently published article on IPHRs, unlike the stand-alone models, IPHRs are essentially portals into the EHRs of patients' health care providers.
IPHRs offer a convenient way for physicians and patients to create a shared patient record, and therefore formulate a shared treatment plan.