BOSTON — Personal health records may attain greater consumer acceptance with consumers than electronic health records, said Robert Burg, vice president, business development, Medem, West Chester, Pa. This type of record is predicted to improve patient care by giving all health care professionals, whether physician or pharmacy, access to complete, accurate information. However, while electronic health records are typically controlled by single entities, like health providers or insurers, ...

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