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Americans Overwhelmingly Believe Electronic Personal Health Records Could Improve Their Health

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Publication Date: June 2008

Publisher(s): John and Mary R. Markle Foundation

Author(s): Connecting for Health

Funder(s): John and Mary R. Markle Foundation

Funder(s): John and Mary R. Markle Foundation

Series: Policy Perspective Briefs

Special Collection: John and Mary R. Markle Foundation

Topic: Health (Health services administration)
Media, telecommunications, and information (Information policy)

Keywords: Health Information Technology; Personal Health Records; Consumer survey

Type: Brief

Coverage: United States

Abstract:

A national survey to explore consumer perceptions about personal health records, and to measure perceptions of the importance of privacy practices in consumers’ decision to adopt such services. The results documented firm attitudes in a majority of adults surveyed regarding privacy practices in the unfolding world of online PHR services.