Recent Study Says Physicians Underuse Net

August 2000
Business Journal (Central New York);08/11/2000, Vol. 14 Issue 32, p6B
Presents study results on the use of online information services by physicians in New York. Skepticism about the benefits of the Internet to healthcare; Lack of interest in the developing electronic health technologies; Common use of the Internet among physicians.


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