Liar, Liar

Katherine Hobson at the Wall Street Journal's Health Blog reports that nearly 50 percent of respondents to a new California HealthCare Foundation study on electronic medical records said that they might be "less forthcoming" in sharing their information had they perceived any indication it might be shared in some way.

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