Quick surveys before eye health appointments could help clinicians target care and improve record-keeping, a Michigan Medicine study finds.
Kevin Joy is a content editor for Michigan Health Lab. He writes about research and healthcare at the University of Michigan Health System. He spent 10 years as a features reporter for the Columbus Dispatch.
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