Friday, December 15, 2006

Health Care Consumers Favor E health Records

It's time to play Today in E-Health Business' "Family Feud." When asked how interested are you in accessing your personal health information electronically, "Survey said": 65% of the public respondents say they are interested in accessing their own personal health information electronically, according to a new study by Lake Research Partners and American Viewpoint for the Markle Foundation. Segments of the public most likely to express interest include Americans under 40, those who use the Internet daily and parents, the study finds

The Personal Pediatrics administrative support system features electronic access to records for both patient and affiliate pediatricians. Families benefit from the record at their fingertips and doctors benefit from drastically reduced staffing in their practices.

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