Potential for Electronic Health Records and Online Social Networking to Redefine Medical Research
Pearson, John F
Brownstein, Catherine A
Brownstein, John S
Clinical chemistry 2011 Feb; 57(2): 196-204
Recent legislation in the US requires that all medical records become electronic over the next decade. In addition, ongoing developments in patient-oriented care, most notably with the advent of health social networking and personal health records, provide a plethora of new information sources for research.
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