ONC to launch five-year survey on EHR privacy

Officials with the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT want to know what the public thinks about electronic health record security and privacy. To that end, it will launch a survey of 10,000 individuals (2,000 people per year for five years) to get their thoughts on the matter, Health Data Management reports. They survey, outlined in the Federal Register, will track respondents' attitudes and concerns over time, as technology and systems mature. Article

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