URAC HEALTH WEB SITE ACCREDITATION TAMES INTERNET'S WILD, WILD WEST
Health2 Resources, February 22, 2005
About 93 million Americans (eight out of 10 adult Internet users) have searched for at least one popular health topic online. We go online to research a diagnosis or a prescription, to prepare for surgery or to find out how to recover faster, and to seek emotional support from others suffering from the same illness. But with literally tens of millions of health information sites on the World Wide Web, finding credible, timely health information online is a roll of the dice, even from a trusted source such as a hospital system or health insurer. BY: Health2 Resources For URAC, Washington, DC www.urac.org (PDF format - click here to download the latest version of acrobat reader)
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