An Empirical Study of Canadian Consumer and Physician Perceptions of Electronic Personal Health Records

Working Paper Authors Publish Date
33 Norm Archer
Urslin Fevrier-Thomas
Apr. 2010

Electronic personal health records have significant promise, in helping to empower consumers to take more responsibility for managing their own health. This paper reports on a preliminary study of Canadian physicians and consumers, based on statistical adoption models, to gather their perceptions of the potential for personal health record systems.

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