Only 47 percent of people are using technology to communicate with healthcare providers. Less than a quarter are having conversations with their providers about using health information technology (HIT) These new findings from Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University research scientists indicate there are more opportunities to engage patients in this type of communication.
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