Fifty percent of 300 primary care physicians polled wanted better access to patient information through their EHR systems, compared with 33% and 17% of respondents who were very satisfied and extremely satisfied with their access to patient data, respectively, according to a survey commissioned by SureScripts and conducted by ORC International. Researchers also found that although 83% of respondents believed that access to medication adherence information is a high priority, only 17% reported being able to retrieve such data easily, while 56% didn't trust any adherence information they have access to.
Survey examines physicians' views on access to patient data via EHRs
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