Revamp your website to reduce demand

Chambers, Ruth; Schmid, Marc
November 2016
Pulse;Nov2016, p88
The article discusses the importance of an efficient and well designed website to manage and provide quality medical care to the patients in Great Britain. Topics mentioned include to provide useful health information on health conditions, to engage patients with self-care tutorial videos and to provide patients with a reason to keep the health website.


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