Internet helps doctor get back to basics
Reuters/Washington Post, January 29, 2008
Howard Stark, MD, has moved most of his Washington, DC, practice onto the Internet--and he couldn't be happier. He and an assistant check e-mail alerts on handheld devices and--between seeing patients in person--on a desktop computer. Since he started his Web-based service two years ago, Stark has received 14,000 e-mails, he says.
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