Smartphone’s; using that as a tool, nurses and doctors can incorporate and target particular age groups accordingly. Nurse Peggy recalls how she used the program during a recent encounter with a teenaged patient who wounded her knee. Rather than printing wound-care instructions on paper, which could be lost or ignored, Peggy selected the instructions on her (HER: “Electronic Health Record”) screen, clicked a few keys, and generated a QR code. The patient eagerly scanned the code into her phone "She looked at it and she said, 'Wow, that's so cool!' "Peggy says.”Now she's got a handout, she's excited about it, and she's not going to lose it"
(Lewis, 2012). In addition to medical information, education, and teaching, there is also another potential and exciting use for this technology. The portability of your medical health records could potentially