Despite living in a digital world, only a quarter of Americans say they want electronic medical records, according to a survey of more than 2,000 U.S. adults conducted for Xerox. “We continue to see a resistance to change from consumers—meaning providers need to continue to educate Americans on the value of EHRs,” says Chad Harris, group president, Xerox Healthcare Provider Solutions. According to the survey, only 40 percent of respondents believe digital records will deliver better, more efficient care. That response fell two percent from last year’s survey, and matches the response reported in 2010. Overall, 85 percent of respondents this year expressed concern about digital medical records. To read the full article click here.