What Do People Affected by Cancer Think About Electronic Health Information Exchange? Results From the 2010 LIVESTRONG Electronic Health Information Exchange Survey and the 2008 Health Information National Trends Survey.

@article{Beckjord2011WhatDP,
  title={What Do People Affected by Cancer Think About Electronic Health Information Exchange? Results From the 2010 LIVESTRONG Electronic Health Information Exchange Survey and the 2008 Health Information National Trends Survey.},
  author={Ellen Burke Beckjord and Ruth Rechis and Stephanie A Nutt and Lawrence N. Shulman and Bradford William Hesse},
  journal={Journal of oncology practice},
  year={2011},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={
          237-41
        }
}
PURPOSE The Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act has placed an emphasis on electronic health information exchange (EHIE). Research on needs of patient, especially those touched by cancer, has been sparse. Here, we present data on preferences for EHIE among those touched by cancer compared with a nationally representative sample of American adults. METHODS TWO SURVEYS WERE USED: an online survey designed by LIVESTRONG (the Lance Armstrong Foundation) and… 
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