75% of patients want easy data sharing between their physicians according to a survey conducted by ORC International and published by The Society of Participatory Medicine. This would enable much more efficient and thorough care while assuring that mistakes based on lack of information aren’t made. Daniel Z. Sands, cofounder of the Society of Participatory Medicine states that, “What this survey points out is that when critical health information can’t be shared across medical practices and hospitals, patients are put at risk.” Read the full article by clicking here. Where do you stand? Tell us your thoughts below.