I am updating my research methods. They are knowledge base. I am also updating my plans. I would like to communicate with people with Asperger's Syndrome. Although I have Autism, I can empathize well with people with Asperger's Syndrome. I would like to share the Electronic Health Records (EHRs) with you. It is best for us to adopt the patient-centric approach of care. Blog me anytime.
We would like Health Information to be accessible to those with Asperger's Syndrome, Autism, and their parents. We can access the Electronic Health Records (EHRs) by learning in a simple way. It will improve our health by allowing ourselves to be partners in our Healthcare. We can keep on sharing and learning together. We are gradually updating the website.
According to my research, the usability is a big issue regarding EHRs.We will find ways to make EHRs simple enough to be understood, especially for patients with autism. I have the plan. I just have to contact government websites and NGOs to use some of their toolkits. Numbers115 will explain them in simple Health IT terms.
I started to update the website. Just very simple updates but very helpful. I'm trying to connect now with autism networks.
I am finishing a grant. I'll be sharing what it is. It will definitely benefit patients with autism. I am working hard to find solutions on how patients with autism and their parents will be able to adopt to a patient-centric approach of care. This can be facilitated by a clear understanding of what EHRs are and how they function. I will gladly help them.
I am still working. I found my archives today from UMass Boston. I'm using them for research.
The Transition Tool Kit can be found on http://www.autismspeaks.org/family-services/tool-kits/transition-tool-kit.
I am still sticking to my milestone and deliverables