Background: Although policy discourses frame integrated Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as essential for contemporary healthcare systems, increased information sharing often raises concerns among patients and the public. This paper examines patient and public views about the security and privacy of EHRs used for health provision, research and policy in the UK. Methods: Sequential mixed methods study with a cross-sectional survey (in 2011) followed by focus ... Expand abstract
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Patient and public views about the security and privacy of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in the UK: results from a mixed methods study
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