Is ur #MD 2 square? Some use e-tech with patients
June 10, 2012, 4:37 am by Associated Press Healthwire
CHICAGO (AP) -- Is your doctor a technophobe? Increasingly, the answer may be no. There's a stereotype that says doctors shun technology that might threaten patients' privacy and their own pocketbooks. But a new breed of physicians is texting health messages to patients, tracking disease trends on Twitter, identifying medical problems on Facebook pages and communicating with patients through email....
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