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Public opinion survey (Survey Finds Americans Want Electronic Personal Health Information to Improve Own Health Care)


Publication Date: November 2006

Publisher: Lake Research Partners

Author(s): Inc. American Viewpoint; Lake Research Partners

Research Area: Health Information Technology

Keywords: Consumer Participation; Health Information Technology; Personal Health Records (PHR)

Type: Report

Coverage: United States

Abstract:

National survey of more than 1000 Americans conducted in November 2006 to measure and examine public opinion regarding electronic personal health information, including level of interest, benefits and concerns regarding online health information, and the government's role in encouraging health information exchange networks and establishing privacy protections.