The Doctor Will See You-If You're Quick

Shannon Brownlee references a recent Markle survey in a Newsweek article about the doctor-patient relationship.

The Latest Challenge: Adopting Electronic Medical Records

AMA president, Cecil B. Wilson, MD, cites Markle survey results in discussing the emergence of EHRs and how physicians are adapting to the technological change.

Dr. YouTube Will See You Now

Lauren Vogel writes in a Canadian Medical Association journal about how patients are turning to the Internet for self-treatment and how-to videos giving step-by-step instructions on do-it-yourself medical procedures.

Do-It-Yourself Health Care With Smartphones

The New York Times cites Markle survey and others in discussing the emergence of PHRs and apps for smartphones to help consumers manage their health.

HIMSS: Cost, Lack of Data Will Not Prevent EHR Adoption

Jeff Byers of CMIO shares information from a recent HIMSS conference regarding EHRs and making the transition to a more technology oriented health care system.

Personal Health Records: Will Doctors Connect?

Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, health economist and management consultant, blogs on recent survey findings regarding doctor and patient views on electronic health records.

How IT Can Help Improve Healthcare

Channel Insider looks at some of the recent Markle survey results, which came from polling over 1,500 patients and nearly 800 physicians nationwide.

Doctors, Patients Agree on How Health IT Funds Should Be Spent writer, Pamela Lewis Dolan, shares results from a Markle survey finding that public and physicians agree on how funds allocated to improve health IT should be used.

Physicians Willing to Use Electronic PHRs, but Differ by Location, Gender, Practice

A study published in the journal Health Affairs provides statistics on how physicians differ in their experience with PHR's and their willingness to use them in their practices. 

Physicians, Public Have Similar Hopes for Health IT

The CMIO blog shares results from a recent Markle survey that found a majority of US public and doctors share similar hopes for advancing health IT.