E-mail Communication with Patients in the Wake of the HIPAA Final Security Rule

Over the last decade, the popularity of e-mail communication between doctors and patients has risen steadily. The asynchronous nature of e-mail provides convenience and more effective use of time for both parties; patients can make appointments or get prescriptions. Physicians and their staffs can...
Dennis Schmidt
May 30, 2003

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