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How Do Patients Want Us to Use the Computer During Medical Encounters? A Discrete Choice Experiment Study

Publication date2021
Abstract

Primary care physicians (PCPs) now widely use electronic health records (EHRs) during medical encounters. Experts in clinical communication issued recommendations for a patient-centered use of EHRs. However, they have never been validated by patients themselves.

Keywords
  • Computer use
  • Electronic health record
  • Primary care
  • Communication skills
  • Patient-physician relation
Citation (ISO format)
LANIER, Cédric et al. How Do Patients Want Us to Use the Computer During Medical Encounters? A Discrete Choice Experiment Study. In: Journal of General Internal Medicine, 2021. doi: 10.1007/s11606-021-06753-1
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ISSN of the journal1525-1497
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