The impact of health information on the internet on the physician-patient relationship: patient perceptions.

@article{Murray2003TheIO,
  title={The impact of health information on the internet on the physician-patient relationship: patient perceptions.},
  author={Elizabeth Murray and Bernard Lo and Lance M. Pollack and Karen Donelan and Jeffrey J. Catania and Martha V White and Kinga M. Zapert and Rachel K. Turner},
  journal={Archives of internal medicine},
  year={2003},
  volume={163 14},
  pages={
          1727-34
        }
}
BACKGROUND Use of the Internet for health information continues to grow rapidly, but its impact on health care is unclear. Concerns include whether patients' access to large volumes of information will improve their health; whether the variable quality of the information will have a deleterious effect; the effect on health disparities; and whether the physician-patient relationship will be improved as patients become more equal partners, or be damaged if physicians have difficulty adjusting to… CONTINUE READING
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