Can an app replace a doctor?
Added almost 2 years ago | As appeared first on motherjones.com | Author: Kiera Butler
It's not hard to understand why these apps have taken off. For one, doctors are busier than ever; the Health Resources and Services Administration reports a shortfall of 8,200 primary-care physicians. Yet replacing clinic visits with smartphones can be a risky move. A few years ago, for example, Nathan Cortez, a law professor specializing in health care regulation, noticed an app that claimed to treat seasonal affective disorder: Patients who felt depressed in winter months could simply gaze ... Continue reading on www.motherjones.com
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