Computerisation in Australian general practice
AIM: To assess the current levels of computer use in Australian general practice, and identify clinical and administrative tasks for which computers are most commonly used by general practitioners. METHODS: A telephone survey of a nationally representative sample of Australian GPs in active practice (n = 1202). RESULTS: The national response rate was 55.5%, with New South Wales, Tasmania and the Australian Capitol Territory recording lower than national rates, and Queensland, Western Australia...[Show more]
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