More clinicians used a cellphone to communicate with their patients, compared with fewer than half of 149 primary care providers surveyed who used email, according to a study in the European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare. Researchers stressed the need for physicians and patients to discuss electronic access and their comfort levels and concerns with getting information electronically.
Technology use in physician-patient communication examined
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