E-mail between patients, physicians improves outcomes

07/12/2010 | USA Today

Kaiser Permanente researchers said patients with hypertension or diabetes who e-mailed their physicians saw improvements in blood sugar and cholesterol control and screening. The more frequently e-mail messages were exchanged, the greater the improvements, but researchers noted patients tended to respect their physician's time.

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