Patient Portals Pay Off

July 2010
HealthLeaders Magazine;Jul2010, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p52
The article discusses the growing trend of electronic-doctor communication within a secure online platform. It mentions that aside from the patient-doctor communication, the patient portals can be used to view laboratory results, schedule appointments and share other patient information. The article also describes the experiences with patient portals of Heart & Vascular Center of Arizona and Elmhurts Clinic in Illinois.


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