Poll: Are You Using Email to Communicate with Patients, and, if so, What are you Emailing About?

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Patients are using email to communicate with their doctors more than ever. But what are they corresponding about? A group of researchers recently evaluated unsolicited emails sent from patients to their general obstetrician-gynecologist to better understand why patients email their physicians.

Patients are using email to communicate with their doctors more than ever. But what are they corresponding about? A group of researchers recently evaluated unsolicited emails sent from patients to their general obstetrician-gynecologist to better understand why patients email their physicians.

Are you using email to communicate with patients, and, if so, what are you emailing about?

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