cyberdoc


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(1) A computer-based interactive program that fills some of the roles traditionally filled by a physician—e.g., explaining to patients the risks, potential benefits, and possible negative outcomes of various diagnostic or therapeutic interventions
(2) A blanket term for any website that provides medical information which might be otherwise provided by a 'live' doctor

cyberdoc

A computer-based interactive program that fills some of the roles traditionally filled by a physician–eg, explaining to Pts the risks, potential benefits, and possible negative outcomes of various diagnostic or therapeutic interventions. Cf Computer-based diagnostic system.
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Friedrich Schwank, CyberDOC and e-Government: the electronic archive of Austrian notaries, E- Signature Law Journal, vol.
CYBERDOC DAGER SOFTWARE A CD-Rom product that helps warn you of allergies, cross-sensitivities and more between over the counter (OTC) remedies such as cold preparations and prescription drugs.
Given that incentive, physicians may be eager to introduce their patients to the newest cyberdoc.
if you can payHEALTHTHESE days, you don't have to call out your GP if you're feeling unwell - just contact the cyberdoc.
CyberDocs is a website which provides medical care on-line.
Corridor Consulting met this challenge by implementing a document management and imaging solution using Hummingbird CyberDOCS software.
PATIENTS fed up waiting days for a measly few minutes with their GP are turning to cyberdocs.
Clearly, CyberDocs is very different from traditional telemedicine in that it eliminates the need for an expensively equipped telemedicine center.
HEALTH advice from Internet cyberdocs is often incorrect and dangerous, warns the British Medical Association.
In addition to Hummingbird EIP, Fasken Martineau will deploy Hummingbird's new collaboration framework, PD Accord, as well as Hummingbird's wide range of proven document and content management solutions, which include the DOCSFusion family's PowerDOCS and its Web-based client CyberDOCS.
They fear unscrupulous or unqualified cyberdocs and potentially poor therapy could harm vulnerable clients.