You've Got Mail, Doc.More than one-third of respondents In the context of marketing research, a representative sample drawn from a larger population of people from whom information is collected and used to develop or confirm marketing strategy. (35 percent) in a national survey revealed they would be "more likely" to choose a doctor who offered electronic communication options than one who does not. In a consumer poll released by LaurusHealth.com, this determinant determinant, a polynomial expression that is inherent in the entries of a square matrix. The size n of the square matrix, as determined from the number of entries in any row or column, is called the order of the determinant. may be one of the biggest changes for physicians in attracting and keeping patients in the future.
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"Consumers in this survey make it clear how important it is to them to be able to communicate electronically with their doctors," says Peter J. Plantes, M.D., medical director of LaurusHealth. "This survey should challenge physicians to consider adding new technologies such as e-mail to strengthen relationships with their patients."
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3. those surveyed, 49 percent want to have electronic access to appointment scheduling, followed by 46 percent who want to e-mail their doctors, 37 percent want access to their test results and 28 percent wanting access to their patient records.
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