My Health Report (MHR) is a windows-based, standalone application which delivers personalized patient education material. MHR is designed for health fairs, however can be deployed in the clinical practice setting just as easily. With the input of lab values commonly offered at health fairs (blood glucose level, BP, total triglyceride levels, HDL, LDL, BMI, etc) the software generates a ‘patient education report’ tailored to the patient’s lab profile. For each parameter, the report will outline the patient’s result, the ideal range of results, appropriate qualitative feedback (Excellent, Needs improvement, Caution), a page of literature discussing that particular lab which includes strategies to improve their results and resources for more information.

Additional features:

  • Report branding with your organization’s name, mission statement, contact information, etc.
  • Event names, locations, sponsors and other personalized messages can be incorporated into the report print-out.
  • Lab values can be stored in an integrated database to monitor progress and trends among repeat patients.
  • Administrative reports can be generated detailing patient population data for specified date ranges.
  • Full report currently available to print-on-demand in: English, Spanish, Chinese, French (Coming soon: Arabic).
  • Additional, optional pages can be included in printed reports for logging of medications or to facilitate note-taking during interactions with health care professionals.

Project Status & Details:

The beta version of MHR was completed in early March, 2011. At that time, select organizations began participating in a beta testing period. The latest version of MHR was completed in February 2013 and continues to receive updates. The program is available for download below:

Download MHR

If you would like more information about MHR, please contact us.

My Health Report Team Initiative:

Open Source Medicine provides MHR teams to local health fairs. These teams will consist of medical students and the hardware required to implement MHR stations. Volunteers will be equipped with laptops and efficient printers. This is a service which we offer to help bring MHR to organizations that might not otherwise be able to afford the printers and laptops necessary to deploy MHR. Our MHR teams are deployed regularly to health fairs hosted by other student organizations at Wayne State University School of Medicine where it is not sensible to purchase the hardware necessary to support MHR at the small number of health fairs any given student organization might host during the year.

Planned updates:

  • Support for additional languages
  • Health Risk Modules – An option to include, in addition to the standard page-per-lab, additional single-page modules discussing diseases such as Diabetes, CAD, and the patient’s relative risk
  • Have a request? Please contact us