Online Health

Lewers, Christine
August 2003
Indiana Business Magazine;Aug2003, Vol. 47 Issue 8, p21
Discusses Indiana hospitals' use of Internet technology to bring patients and clinicians closer together. Use of money-saving ways to build patient relationships and boost efficiency; Two-way Web communication program of Community Health Network in Indianapolis; Popularity of medical libraries, newsletters and news bulletins on hospital Web sites.


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