Survey: Public attitudes toward EMRs haven't changed much

06/18/2010 | Healthcare IT News

A survey found that fewer than one in 10 U.S. adults communicate with their physicians via e-mail or employ electronic medical records, and 42% said they didn't know whether their doctors use EMRs. The findings indicate that the way the public views EMRs has not changed much in recent years, despite the federal government's efforts to spur widespread adoption of health IT.

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