Physicians and consumers differ significantly and broadly in their views about emerging medical technology, with more enthusiasm and support expressed by consumers rather than clinicians.

That’s the conclusion of a new survey of more than 1,400 providers and 1,100 consumers aimed at assessing their attitudes toward such tools as smartphones, genetic testing, privacy, and patient-accessible electronic health records.

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