Computer use by family physicians in the United States.


In March 1988 the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) sampled approximately 4400 active members to ascertain their interest in office computers. After two mailings an overall response rate of 58.9% was achieved. Approximately 45% of active members currently use a computer in their office practices while 3% use a service bureau. There is a wide… (More)


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@article{Schmittling1984ComputerUB, title={Computer use by family physicians in the United States.}, author={Gordon T Schmittling}, journal={The Journal of family practice}, year={1984}, volume={29 2}, pages={198-200} }