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Telehealth consumer-provider interaction [electronic resource]: a chronic disease intervention in an underserved population

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The University of Texas at Austin
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  • Medical Telematics Texas Case Studies
  • Hispanic Americans Medical Care Texas Case Studies
  • Diabetics Medical Care Texas Case Studies
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  • Education

Abstract

Finaldissertation.PDF Copyright by Richard Fritz Nauert 2002 Committee Certification of Approved Version The Dissertation Committee for Richard Fritz Nauert Certifies that this is the approved version of the following dissertation: TELEHEALTH CONSUMER-PROVIDER INTERACTION: A CHRONIC DISEASE INTERVENTION IN AN UNDERSERVED POPULATION Committee: E. Glynn Harmon, Supervisor Janet Bezner Helen Cronenberger James Legler Jody Rogers Ronald E. Wyllys TELEHEALTH CONSUMER-PROVIDER INTERACTION: A CHRONIC DISEASE INTERVENTION IN AN UNDERSERVED POPULATION by Richard Fritz Nauert, B.S., M.S.H.F., M.S.H.A. Dissertation Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of The University of Texas at Austin in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy The University of Texas at Austin December, 2002 Dedication To my mother, Rita Nauert, and my children, Richard, Mary and Rachel. v Acknowledgements I would like to thank the individuals who have supported me in my educational pursuit. I appreciate their guidance and encouragement during this challenging period of educational and personal growth. A special appreciation extends to my committee members who graciously provided support and encouragement while displaying patience and consideration. In particular, I wish to thank Dr. Glynn Harmon for understanding my vision of incorporating information science, clinical care and health administration and encouraging me to investigate a new means of health care delivery. A very heart- felt thank you to Dr. Janet Bezner as a friend, colleague, and adviser, for her guidance and reassurance. A special tha

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