Canadian patients should have online access to their medical records, some doctors say
from CBC News
When Amelda Wright, 78, gets a new test as part of her cancer care, her daughter logs into her patient record from home so she can tell her the results. "You do feel more in control. You're part of the care," Yvonne Wright said. The organization treating her mother, University Health Network, is one of a patchwork of Canadian health-care centres that have started adopting "patient portals," which allow patients — or someone else they authorize — to access their health information.
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