Physician Practice

E-mail your way to better communication with patients

Physician Practice Perspective, October 20, 2003

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The risk that private information could end up in the wrong hands often discourages physicians from using e-mail to communicate with patients. But e-mail can save time, allow for more physician-patient interactions, and preserve confidentiality as long as physicians know the limitations and set up proper safeguards to protect the information.

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