Joint replacement recipients' post-surgery views about health information privacy and registry participation.

@article{Terry2008JointRR,
  title={Joint replacement recipients' post-surgery views about health information privacy and registry participation.},
  author={Amanda L. Terry and Bert M. Chesworth and Paul Stolee and Robert B. Bourne and Mark Speechley},
  journal={Health policy},
  year={2008},
  volume={85 3},
  pages={293-304}
}
Patient registries have been demonstrated to improve health care, and represent an important source of data to health researchers and policy-makers. Building on our previous research that tested an explanatory model of health information privacy views with pre-operative joint replacement recipients, in the present study we explored privacy views and… CONTINUE READING