Monday, September 28, 2009

Your practice really needs broadband

American Medical News"A doctor's time is very precious," said Harry Wang, director of health and mobile product research for the Dallas-based research firm Parks Associates. Having access to broadband can allow physicians to squeeze in quick tasks throughout the day, such as sending an e-mail to a patient. It would add little to the doctor's workload but do a lot to improve communication between doctor and patient, Wang said. But these tasks are more time-intensive with a dial-up Internet connection, he added.

From the article, "Your practice really needs broadband" by Pamela Lewis Dolan


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