Poll: Confidence in e-health records rises

11/28/2007 | Wall Street Journal (free content), The

A majority of Americans are confident electronic medical records could help improve quality of care, reduce medical errors and decrease health care costs, a new poll found. The survey also noted 51% of the respondents feel the use of e-health records makes it more difficult to protect patients' privacy, down from 61% last year.

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