Mayo Clinic Proceedings

Slack, Warner V.
August 2010
Mayo Clinic Proceedings;Aug2010, Vol. 85 Issue 8, p701
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the results of a pilot study with commercially available patient portal and clinical office management system, designed to function as an electronic office visit (e-visit). He notes that the e-visit program applies diagnostic codes, initiates billing procedures, and sends message informing responsible physician. He points out that the study is limited to people with Internet access and all studies based on Internet.


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