Statewide electronic medical records could potentially cut Connecticut’s health care costs, experts told a state panel, but dozens of thorny ethical and technical questions must first be addressed.

That’s where you come in.

The Connecticut Health Policy Project, which is taking the first steps toward establishing electronic medical records here, wants consumers to pose as many queries as possible, members of the organization’s board of directors told a group largely composed of state health officials Monday.

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