With the adoption of Personal Health Records (PHRs) integrated with Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and the increase of accessibility to data, institutions have the possibility of exchanging medical information with their patients. Involving the patient reported data has the potential to improve the quality of care and safety and create a feedback loop between patients and health professionals. The objective of this study is to describe a user-centered design of a module for medication list with reconciliation functionalities managed by the patients themselves, and connected to their EHR for supervision and medical validation. We conducted 42 interviews (31 patients and 11 general practitioners). From the interviews, we performed qualitative analysis and extracted the main findings from comments in both groups. Correctitude rate was 57 to 100%, and satisfaction of use (SUS) maximum was 96% and 92%. These findings may be relevant to patients, health care providers, and policymakers.
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