Disparities in family health-related internet and email use in the general pediatrics setting.

@article{Zuckerman2014DisparitiesIF,
  title={Disparities in family health-related internet and email use in the general pediatrics setting.},
  author={Katharine E Zuckerman and Kimber M Mattox and Brianna K Sinche and Gregory S. Blaschke},
  journal={Clinical pediatrics},
  year={2014},
  volume={53 13},
  pages={
          1295-8
        }
}
Consumer-centered health information is increasingly accessible through the internet1. Many electronic health records (EHRs) offer internet portals for patient/provider communication2. Likewise, many websites address parents’ concerns about child health. However, parents may not have equal access to online technology, since using these technologies requires both financial resources and computer literacy3. Prior research has demonstrated disparities in use of health information technology… CONTINUE READING

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