Study: Internet tools increase physician disease reporting
Government Health IT, January 24, 2008
Researchers at Temple University have found that providing physicians with simple, relatively inexpensive Internet-based tools leads to more front-line reporting of infectious diseases, food-borne illnesses and other public health concerns. The tools include e-mail reminders, an informational Web site and programs for hand-held devices.
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