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A 67-Year-Old Man Who e-Mails His Physician—Correction FREE

JAMA. 2005;293(4):425. doi:10.1001/jama.293.4.425.
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Incorrect Reference Cited: In the Clinical Crossroads entitled “A 67-Year-Old Man Who e-Mails His Physician,” published in the November 10, 2004, issue of JAMA (2004;292:2255-2261), an incorrect reference number was cited. On page 2258, in the first complete paragraph under the heading “The Medical Record Shared,” “In 1970, I proposed that patients and physicians alike would benefit if medical records were declassified, shared, and developed jointly by patient and physician.34” should have cited reference 31 instead of 34. (Slack WV. Patient power: a patient oriented value system. In: Jacques JA, ed. Computer Diagnosis and Diagnostic Methods: Proceedings of the Second Conference on the Diagnostic Process Held at the University of Michigan. Springfield, Ill: Charles C Thomas; 1972:3-7.)




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