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The computer will see you now: Overcoming barriers to adoption of computer assisted history taking (CAHT) in primary care (Preprint)
Journal of Medical Internet Research
Patient health information is increasingly collected through multiple modalities, including electronic health records, wearables, and connected devices. Computer-assisted history taking could provide an additional channel to collect highly relevant, comprehensive, and accurate patient information while reducing the burden on clinicians and face-to-face consultation time. Considering restrictions to consultation time and the associated negative health outcomes, patient-provided health datadoi:10.2196/19306 pmid:33625360 fatcat:pnlxdle6lzdlnasx7xsclp34ma