The Effect of Timing When Seeking Permission to Access Personal Health Services Utilization Records
PURPOSE: To determine if the timing for requesting signed permission to access personal health services utilization records affects authorization or survey response rates. METHODS: A screening question about in-principle willingness to permit access to personal health services utilization records was included in a mail-based survey of two Australian female samples (n = 292). Half of the surveys for each sample also included a separate form to be signed to approve access. For the other half the...[Show more]
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