Corrigenda and Addenda
Inof the paper “How Consumers and Physicians View New Medical Technology: Comparative Survey” (J Med Internet Res 2015;17:e215), authors erroneously inverted the bars indicating the proportion of people who believed access to electronic health records would increase anxiety in patients, improve health management, or increase the number of unnecessary medical tests. The originally published paper showed the proportion of respondents who answered “No” to the question. The corrected figure now displays the proportion of people who responded “Yes.” The online version of this JMIR paper has been updated with this figure, and a corrected version was sent to PubMed Central.
Edited by G Eysenbach; This is a non–peer-reviewed article. submitted 21.09.15; accepted 22.09.15; published 18.12.15Copyright
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