Majority of docs want patient EHR access to be limited

04/1/2013 | · Healthcare IT News

Although 82% of U.S. doctors want patients to be involved in their care by making updates to their EHRs, just 31% said patients should have full access to their data, according to a Harris Interactive survey. Sixty-five percent of respondents said patient access should be limited, and 4% said EHRs should not be accessed at all by patients.

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