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Health is one of the subjects that draws immediate attention from people. This emphasizes the need that exists for an honest and clear assessment of the physical well-being of individuals.
One can do it in an exact manner by finding related and relevant KPIs (Key Performance Indicators) to judge the way a person's health issues have been occurring. These indicators will pertain to almost every aspect that helps in knowing about the 'betterment' or 'deterioration' of health issues.
Consequently, it is possible to slow down or accelerate the visits to doctor by looking at the individual health scorecard. Such a document is prepared by paying attention to the past medical history as has been generated by the person in question. Such historical facts that are specific to an individual are absorbed in preparing a useful PHR (Personal Health Record). There are several kinds of platforms used for having PHRs (Personal Health Record), such as 'paper-based PHRs', 'PC based PHRs', 'PHRs that are internet based' and 'mobile based PHRs'.
It helps in managing the person's health closely and setting parameters for improving it.
This is the actual scorecard with Personal Health Indicators and performance indicators. The performance indicators include: physical well-being perspective, number of physical injuries suffered, average gap between illness, average length of illness, medical check-ups frequency, number of insurance schemes, body composition and environment perspective, bioelectrical impedance analysis, bmi (body mass index), body fat percentage, dangerous chemicals exposure, daily intake/ food chart perspective, daily protein intake, vitamins intake, minerals consumption, fat intake, progeny/family history and efforts perspective, number of hereditary diseases, % infliction rate, lethal cases ratio, timely detection efforts, % increase in the time-gap between instances of two consecutive illnesses.
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