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Myhealthlocker replaces MyHealthBox

5th November 2012

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust is encouraging patients to engage with its patient access portal by developing animations and new devices.

The Myhealthlocker project, previously known as MyHealthBox, was launched in May and allows users to give feedback and create a place for their health records. David Newton, the senior project manager, said: "We are looking at how to promote the service, making it valuable for service users and clinicians. One of the core aims is about outcome measurement and how to improve that to drive services."

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Article Information

Title: Myhealthlocker replaces MyHealthBox
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 23093
Date Added: 5th Nov 2012

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