The Utility of Electronic Mail as a Medium for Patient-Physician Communication
Richard A. Neill, MD;
Arch G. Mainous III, PhD;
Jonathan R. Clark;
Michael D. Hagen, MD
Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(3):268-271.
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