Patients, physicians support e-mail communication
- Correction. // Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association;Mar2011, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p202
A correction to the article "Assessment of Email Communication Skills of Rheumatology Fellows: A Pilot Study," by M. K. Mittal and colleagues that was published in a 2010 issue is presented.
- Save time and please patients with e-mail. Mangan, Doreen // Medical Economics;07/12/99, Vol. 76 Issue 13, p155
Encourages doctors in the United States to save time and please patients with e-mail. Doctors' objections to electronic communication; Includes' patients' attitude toward e-mail; Concerns over malpractice lawsuits; Lack of computer literacy. INSETS: For more information (Materials on...
- Email etiquette. McCombs, Barry // Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine;Winter2010, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p36
The article offers instructions on how to send electronic mail messages.
- E-mail in Clinical Orthopaedic Practice. Beredjiklian, Pedro K.; Bozentka, David J.; Bernstein, Joseph // Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Apr2001, Vol. 83-A Issue 4, p615
Discusses key features of e-mail relevant to clinical orthopedic practice. Impact of the asynchronous nature of e-mail; Pitfalls of the succinct nature of e-mail; Costs of e-mail.
- To E or Not to E? Shepard, Dennis // Review of Ophthalmology;Jul2002, Vol. 9 Issue 7, p22
Addresses the issue of using electronic mail (e-mail) systems for patient feedbacks in the United States. Advantages provided by e-mail systems to medicine; Cost and legal-related problems associated with the use of e-mail systems in medicine.
- Email: a black sheep in need of herding? // MarketWatch: Technology;Jun2007, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p10
The article cites the author's opinion with regards to Emails, in light of Hull and East Yorkshire NHS Hospitals Trust's move to implement an email-free day. He emphasizes that email is not necessarily the blacksheep of the communications world. Moreover, he stated that what is needed is...
- How to use e-mail effectively to communicate with patients. Baum, Neil H. // Urology Times;Jul2000, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p39
Offers advice to physicians on how to use e-mail systems to communicate with patients. Benefits of using e-mail communication; Steps in using e-mail in communicating with patients.
- Reid signals repeat scripts by e-mail. // Pulse;11/17/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 46, p3
Reports on British Health Secretary John Reid's unveiling of plans for patients to e-mail doctors with repeat prescription requests as part of the government's agenda to increase patient choice.
- The doctor will see you now-in cyberspace. Bard, Mark // Managed Healthcare Executive;Sep2002, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p47
Explores the concept of electronic communications between a patient and physician in the U.S. Interest of physicians to adopt the concept; Barriers to adoption.