25% of Patients Did Not Access Data Over Patient Privacy Concerns (Health IT Security)
“Using National Cancer Institute survey data, the study found that 52 percent of US citizens were offered access to an online medical record by a healthcare provider or insurer in 2017, up from 42 percent in 2014. Of those who were offered access, 53 percent viewed their records at least once in the past year.
However, of the individuals offered access to online medical record, one-quarter did not access that information because of privacy/security concerns.”
So, is it fair to imply that up to 25% more patients would access their online health record if they were more confident in the security of their access to it?