How the COVID-19 pandemic has shifted patients’ support for health data sharing: Pew survey

The Pew Charitable Trusts commissioned a study of 1,213 people ages 18 and older between June 1 and July 3. The survey was conducted utilizing independent research institution NORC at the University of Chicagos Amerispeak panel, which is a national agent of the U.S. home population.

Jackie Drees –
Wednesday, September 16th, 2020
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Patients downloading data to apps:.

More most likely to assistance: 35 percent.
Less most likely to support: 22 percent.
Does not make a difference: 42 percent.
Declined to or avoided answer: 1 percent.

Nearly half (46 percent) of U.S. adults are most likely to support enabling various companies to share their health records information in between their EHR systems due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Sept. 16 Pew Charitable Trusts report.

Most likely to assistance: 39 percent.
Less likely to support: 11 percent.
Does not make a different: 48 percent.
Declined to or avoided response: 2 percent.

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Service provider sharing of health information:.

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Heres what study participants stated when asked how the COVID-19 pandemic has actually impacted their probability to support efforts to improve information sharing.

Most likely to support: 46 percent.
Less likely to support: 11 percent.
Does not make a distinction: 42 percent.
Refused to or skipped response: 1 percent.

Government requirements to improve client matching:.