Three out of four Americans think its important that their health care provider use electronic health records. But nearly 60% say they are not confident these records, which can be shared online, will remain confidential, a new national consumer survey shows.
The survey found that 67% of Americans think its likely that electronic records would improve the overall quality of U.S. medical care, and 62% say the automated records would improve the quality of care their family receives.
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