Electronic health records systems definitely affect the willingness of patients to share medical information, sometimes in a negative way, says psychiatrist Scott Monteith, M.D.
He spoke during a session at the Health Privacy Summit in Washington. Monteith, medical informaticist at Michigan State University, uses an EHR in his practice. A recent patient, feeling stigmatized by past diagnoses, opted not to reveal private medical information, he said.
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