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Who Reads Their
THIS CHART SHOWS the adjusted likelihood patients would access a primary care clinic visit note using their patient portal
if they agreed with baseline survey statements of potential risks and benefits of reading their notes.a
a. Adjusted for age, sex, race, study site, and number of office visits during the study period.