PHRs: New trend can lead to better care, privacy challenges
As healthcare continues its push toward greater transparency, consumers are taking a more proactive role in their care. Potential patients are researching healthcare quality and price with the same fervor they would an automobile or flat-screen television, asking questions they once would not have, and, in many cases, taking control of their medical records.
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