One in 14 Americans--seven percent--have used a personal health record, according to national survey of 1,849 people taken during December 2009 and January 2010. That figure compares with a 2.7 percent participation rate found in a Markle Foundation survey in 2008.
The California HealthCare Foundation sponsored the new survey. Washington-based Lake Research Partners conducted the survey from recruited panelists across the nation who have agreed to occasionally participate in surveys.
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