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- The physician's perceived usefulness of telemedicine.
Using telemedicine can enable me to complete patient care more quickly.
Using telemedicine CANNOT improve my patient care and management.
Using telemedicine can increase my productivity in patient care.
Using telemedicine CANNOT enhance my service effectiveness.
Using telemedicine can make my patient care and management easier.
I would find telemedicine technology NOT useful for my patient care and management.
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