Personal Health Desk

A personal electronic health record for you and your family

Maintain A Complete Personal/Family Electronic Health Record

  • Store a complete electronic record of your and your family's health history. Each family member has their own set of records.
  • Personal Health Desk includes Alerts, Problems, Diagnoses, Procedures, Tests, Medications, Immunization, Pregnancy, Menstrual history, Devices, Advance directives, Event notes (including a joint mannequin, and a skin display), Food eaten and Exercise done, Letters sent, Documents and pictures received and taken, and Billing.

View Your Health Record From Different Perspectives

  • Summary view. A summary of your health record is displayed as a snapshot or continuity of care record with all important information displayed.
  • Timeline view. A list of all health related events is displayed in reverse chronological order.
  • Calendar view. Health related events in week, month, timeline, or agenda calendar views.

Use Personal Health Desk to Monitor and Maintain Your Health

  • Track important health measures. You will be reminded when you need to recheck the tracked item and you will be able to view a list or chart of the results of your tracked items.
  • Use the Medication Schedule to track what medication you need to take and when.
  • Add To Do items to remind you of upcoming appointments or health related events.
  • Create disease management plans with your health providers and store a copy of those plans for later reference.
  • Use clinical tools such as growth charts, child development indicators, cardiac risk calculator etc.

Share Snapshots Of Your Health Record

  • Print or email a customized summary of your medical records to a medical professional.
  • Print a wallet sized summary of your medical records to keep on your person.
  • You can use a service like GoToMyPC or LogMeIn to run Personal Health Desk via any internet enabled device.

Restrictions on Country of use due to PH Desk using SNOMED CT® terminology concepts

Run Personal Health Desk From Microsoft Windows™

  • Personal Health Desk is designed for Microsoft Windows™ (7/8/10) and uses a password protected Microsoft Access™ .mdb database. This gives you control over your data and the ability to access that data even if you stop using Personal Health Desk.
  • Personal Health Desk version 6.0 is freely available to currently registered version 2, 3, 4.0, 4.1, or 5 users. Download version 6.0 from the link above and install. Use the Import License option in the Settings menu to install the cReg.cds file that you received previously.
  • When you buy Personal Health Desk, you will receive a registration file via email (cReg.cds). You will need to save this file in the Downloads directory and then use the Import License option in the Settings menu to install the cReg.cds file

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Updates

Update from version 5.0 to 6.0

  • Run PH Desk 6.0 and select the import PHDesk 5.0 option in the Settings menu to import your version 5.0 data into version 6.0.
  • There are multiple changes and bug fixes from version 5.0 to version 6.0. View the pictures and the help videos above for an overview of the new version.