Americans, by and large, don't seem all that worried about what happens to the information in their medical records. An NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn't appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16% of people expressed concern.
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