Study: Patients prefer automated follow-up over human interaction
from By Tammy Adams
From Feb. 20:
Robo-dentist? Well, not exactly. But a recent study conducted at Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland concluded that most people do not mind (or even prefer) receiving their follow-up oral hygiene information from an iPad rather than directly from a healthcare professional. The study results, published in the Dentistry Journal, could have a significant impact on the future of dentistry.
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