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The PING Personally Controlled Health Record

PING is a distributed, Web-based, personally controlled electronic medical record system that is ubiquitously accessible to the nomadic user and built to public standards. It is essentially an inversion of the current approach to medical records, in that the record resides with the patients, who grant permissions to the institutions, clinicians, researchers, and other users of the medical information. It includes various tools and APIs that address the technical aspects of personally controlled health records. Some of these include a Servlet-based, pluggable, Web services server, a Java Swing-based application for viewing and manipulating records, and an application for generating bar codes used to fax documents into a record.

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