Computer-based clinical simulations provide a means for evaluating the information-gathering and patient-management competencies of physicians. The need for expensive computer terminals has restricted physician use of these simulations. This computer-based program permits physicians to complete computer-based encounters using a standard touch-tone telephone.
(JAMA 238:1927-1929, 1977)
Friedman RB, Newsom RS, Entine SM, Cheung S, Schultz JV. A Simulated Patient-Physician Encounter Using a Talking Computer. JAMA. 1977;238(18):1927–1929. doi:10.1001/jama.1977.03280190029021
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