Patients seem to value having online access to their electronic records, but no studies have demonstrated any impact on hard outcomes.BMJ Open. 2014;4:e006021.
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This systematic review explored many aspects surrounding patients' online access to electronic health records. Although patients seem to appreciate the access, health professionals have multiple concerns about privacy and increased workloads. No studies have reported any effects of patient online access on health outcomes.
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