Recent Examples of telemedicine from the Web
Reaching out His company, founded in 2007, already makes use of a fleet of some 70 psychiatrists to offer telemedicine services from California to Louisiana.
As telemedicine adoption expands, it will be driven by stronger electronic health record (EHR) integration, and the growth of urgent care operations.
New technologies, such as telemedicine, are changing how healthcare is delivered.
As more and more doctors diagnose and treat patients remotely through telemedicine, Jin and his team hope their new technique can help secure vulnerable data.
This kind of declaration will rely on boosting telemedicine in rural areas and reallocating federal grant money to tackle the problem.
As a result of Trump’s declaration, officials will be able to expand access to telemedicine services, including substance abuse treatment for people living in rural and remote areas.
One element of the president’s plan—expanding access to telemedicine services to help aid treatment for substance abuse and mental-health issues—could prove challenging in rural regions, said Dr. Rahul Gupta, West Virginia’s state health officer.
A few days before Hurricane Irma made landfall, Florida Hospital and Nemours Children’s Hospital decided to give the community free access to their telemedicine services.
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medical Definition of telemedicine
telemedicalplay \-ˈmed-i-kəl\ adjective
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