The vision for new devices isn't to replace physicians – it's to educate and engage the population about their own health.
Scott Mace, for HealthLeaders Media , November 24, 2015
The filmmaker's objective was not to start a patient-led movement for better health information exchanges. But the way audiences react when they learn their EHRs are largely unable to be shared may spur them into action.
But the problem is that the systems aren't designed with the user in mind and are too difficult for the average user to navigate.
"Humans are the weak point, but you design systems that are hard to use," Jennifer Golbeck, associate professor, College of Information Studies, University of Maryland, told Healthcare IT News.
Proper incentives essential to protecting health data
“A George Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand!” 
- Define social media;
- highlight some recent instances of the good, bad, and ugly—social media used for good purposes, bad purposes, and plain ugly purposes;
- outline salient professional and ethical issues;
- review some illustrative case examples; and
- highlight where to find recent policy recommendations.