In February 2013 HealthLink undertook a survey of general practices’ attitudes to use of information technology. We were interested in learning were whether or not the emergence of the internet and related technologies had changed practices’ attitudes to patient privacy, how much practices used their computers during clinical consultations and how keen they were to use their computers to find information about patients from remote sources.
We surveyed 1042 New Zealand general practices and received 364 responses.
Please read this document to view the results, here.
16 May 2013