A survey of 1,000 physicians and physician “extenders” has found that caregivers see the potential of digital technology to transform healthcare despite barriers in data sharing, privacy, security, workflows and payment.

According to the survey of primary care physicians, specialists, nurse practitioners and physician’s assistants, as well as members of the board of the eHealth Initiative, providers are cautiously embracing digital health technology in order to “bridge time and distance between clinicians and consumers.”

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