While Most (94%) Think It’s ‘Important’ to Have Access to One’s Own Medical History, Only Six in Ten (60%) Say It’s ‘Easy’ To Access Them

A Majority (55%) Of Canadians Indicate Their Medical History is Tracked On Paper, Not Electronically (30%)

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Toronto, ON – While almost all (94%) Canadians ‘agree’ (70% strongly/23% somewhat) that it’s important for them to access their medical history when they need to make decisions about their health, a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of TELUS has revealed that only six in ten (60%) Canadians ‘agree’ (31% strongly/28%...

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While Most (94%) Think It’s ‘Important’ to Have Access to One’s Own Medical History, Only Six in Ten (60%) Say It’s ‘Easy’ To Access Them

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