Our main contact on our diabetes team:
Encourages us to use e-mail to communicate with them 18% 74 Is willing to use e-mail, but doesn't seem too enthusiastic about it 8% 33 Doesn't want us to communicate with them by e-mail 3% 16 Doesn't have an e-mail address--they said so when I asked 6% 27 I don't know if they use e-mail to communicate with patients, since I never asked or tried 62% 252
Regarding e-mail communications, our main contact on our diabetes team ...Poll dates: April 2 - 9, 2000
Total Votes: 402
Delivery of health care services is being impacted by the growth of the Internet, just like other businesses. In recent years, more and more diabetes teams have begun to use e-mail as a tool to communicate with their patients. For non-emergency business, e-mail can be very convenient, for both patients and diabetes teams.
If you don't use e-mail to communicate with your diabetes team yet, ask them about it at your next visit. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Last Updated: Wednesday March 16, 2005 16:36:32
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