The ability of individuals to easily and securely access and use their health information electronically serves as one of the cornerstones of nationwide efforts to increase patient and family engagement, and advance person-centered health. With access to their electronic health information, individuals can serve as intermediaries of information exchange among providers and use innovative applications to better manage their health. This brief provides national estimates of consumers' access and use of their electronic health information based upon nationally representative surveys conducted from 2012 to 2014. .