Low take up of e-health records NEWS.com.au JUST one per cent of the patients who have signed up to the Government's $1 billion e-health scheme have a doctor's clinical summary on their record - which is the point of the initiative.
Alexandre Pelletier's insight:
Sounds more like a technology gap or IT issue than a patient adoption willingness issue... Contrary to what one would think!
La santé 2.0, un secteur encore rigide dont la croissance dépend des patients on solomo-health curated by Celine Sportisse (La santé 2.0, un secteur encore rigide dont la croissance dépend des patients | @scoopit
EHealth stock leaps as health exchanges go up USA TODAY EHealth, one of the companies behind building the nation's emerging online health insurance marketplaces, is enjoying a nice run as the industry stands to be at the epicenter of the U.S.
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