Getting wired

September 2006
Marketing Health Services;Fall2006, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p7
Academic Journal
The article discusses Internet access to and electronic communication with physician offices in the United States. A survey from the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Forrester Research found that patients e-mailed physician offices and had online physician consultations. Telephone communication is decreasing.


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