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Evaluation of Patient's Attitude Towards Computer Supported History Taking.

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Summary of "Evaluation of Patient's Attitude Towards Computer Supported History Taking."

We provide a highly integrated tool to conduct dynamic, multilingual anamnesis interviews with patients to enhance documentation and provide physicians with more time for patient interaction in an outpatient setting. A first analysis of patients' satisfaction with the user interface shows a high rate of acceptance and prompts further research.

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Name: Studies in health technology and informatics
ISSN: 1879-8365
Pages: 194-198

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