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Electronic health records are standardized and scientific digital data produced in the process of resident health management. General health records contain clinical diagnosis data, physical examination data and home-monitored data, etc. However, the majority of electronic health records focus on the application of health institutions, ignoring personal health self-management. We have studied and developed a personal-centered self-service electronic health records prototype system for individual recording home-monitored data and carrying out health risks self-assessment. The system is particularly useful for chronic diseases, which requiring long-term treatment and monitoring at home, such as hypertension, diabetes. This paper describes architecture of the system firstly. Then it focuses on three key technologies including health information modeling, general mechanism for dynamically generating appraisal model, and two-way sharing of health record. Finally the prototype system and the next steps are discussed.