ePediatrics: Parents Want More Communication With Their Kids’ Doctors
University of Michigan Health System, May 19, 2010
The "ePediatrics: Parents Want More Communication With Their Kids' Doctors" report, published May 17, found that less than 15% of parents are able to communicate with their children's healthcare providers online or via email. Additionally, half of parents said they felt it would be very helpful to communicate with their children's health providers electronically.
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