Published on in Vol 15, No 7 (2013): July

Internet Use Frequency and Patient-Centered Care: Measuring Patient Preferences for Participation Using the Health Information Wants Questionnaire

Internet Use Frequency and Patient-Centered Care: Measuring Patient Preferences for Participation Using the Health Information Wants Questionnaire

Internet Use Frequency and Patient-Centered Care: Measuring Patient Preferences for Participation Using the Health Information Wants Questionnaire

Authors of this article:

Bo Xie 1 ;   Mo Wang 2 ;   Robert Feldman 3 ;   Le Zhou 2


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