E-psychiatry: the patient-psychiatrist relationship in the electronic age

Seeman, Mary V.; Seeman, Bob
November 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/02/99, Vol. 161 Issue 9, p1147
Academic Journal
Reports on electronic psychiatry, in which patients e-mail their psychiatrists with problems or concerns. The legality of such messages if left unanswered; Questions as to whether or not psychiatrists should answer patient's e-mails; Whether or not time spent e-mailing a patient can be billable.


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