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6/28/2012 | 9:34:55 PM
re: Healthcare Patients Insist On E-Access: Accenture Study
Very Interesting take. Physician notes remain one of the greatest points of contention and dispute in terms of patient access to PHRs. For those patients who want access to their whole record including patient notes, the resounding mantra is, Gǣmy body, my record.Gǥ Personally, I tend to fall on the Gǣfull accessGǥ side of the fence, with the possible exception of psych notes. But I believe it is worth understanding the positions of both patients and physicians.

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