Providing a surgeon’s e-mail address nearly triples the likelihood that a patient will contact the doctor about the surgery, a new report shows. But is this a good idea? Does answering e-mails keep doctors from attending to patients in their offices? Or is this the next stage of communication in healthcare?
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