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Journal of Korean Society of Medical Informatics 1998;4(1):57-63.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4258/jksmi.1998.4.1.57    Published online June 30, 1998.
Medical Counseling by Interact via Daily Newspaper
Young Bo Kim, Ok Jin Hong, Sang Hwan Han, Kye Choon Choi, Soon Nam Park, Sang Mok Lee, Ki Choon Ha, Dong Gun La
1Multimedia Telemedicine Center, Gil Medical Center, Korea.
2MIDAS Dongailbo, Korea.
Abstract

Recently the change in medical informatics enabled us to use medical information whenever we want and wherever we are. There are many homepages on the web, which provide hospital information, medical counseling. Our multimedia center began its service as a internet Hospital in MIDAS Dongailbo, one of the major daily newspaper in Korea, on March 25th, 1997. The aim of this study is to examine the content and purpose of medical counseling on the web. The subjects consisted of 1,000 counsellings which were called 'Dongailbo Internet Hospital' for March, 25th, 1997 through October 30th, 1997. Many questioners wanted to know treatment principles, to make a diagnosis, and to know specific medical knowledges. The most common questions are as follows: general and unspecified, musculoskeletal, skin, digestive, respiratory, neurological problems.

Key Words: The Internet, Medical Counseling, Computer Communication Network
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