Key findings include:
• About 97 percent of respondents said they believe EHRs would be useful in improving care.
• Fifty-one percent of respondents agree that the privacy of personal medical records and personal health information is not currently well protected by federal and state laws and organizational practices.
• Yet, an overwhelming majority of respondents trust their physicians to protect the privacy of their health information.
• Twenty-six percent of respondents who have online access to their medical records were supportive of health information technology.
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