Jun 082015
 June 8, 2015  Posted by  Healthcare

Dan Munro reports:

The polling question was simple.

Should patients have access to their entire medical record ‒ including MD notes, any audio recordings, etc…?

For many, the response by over 2,300 physicians came as no real surprise.

  • 49% ‒ Access to all records should only be given on a case‒by‒case basis
  • 34% ‒ Yes, Always
  • 17% ‒ No, Never

In effect ‒ a full two‒thirds (66%) were clearly reluctant to share health data with their patients. A significant 17% were completely opposed to the idea outright ‒ ever.

Read more on Forbes.

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