Recent Examples of telemedicine from the Web
President Trump’s Opioid Commission emphasized the need to use telemedicine and technology—like mobile health apps—to reach rural communities affected by overdoses.
About 10 percent of those students received counseling through telemedicine, and about 300 of those students were referred for tele-psychiatric care.
The bill also opens up access to telemedicine and walk-in clinics, among other useful changes.
While a doctor’s prescription is still required in most states, Dr. Yen says ACOG’s statements gave her the confidence to invest in telemedicine and to issue prescriptions over the Internet.
That same year, emergency department physicians debut a pilot program that allows offsite, telemedicine doctors to use high-quality cameras and microphones to examine patients in the emergency room during peak hours.
Rush University officials say the ambulance will be outfitted with telemedicine technology, brain imaging technology and drug therapies that are critical to accurately diagnose and immediately begin treatment for a stroke.
The Rays wanted first place in order to better publicize their sponsor, VideoMedicine—a telemedicine app that will be available on iOS and Android around the same time the iPhone 6 launches.
Singh hopes that her tech could one day help doctors using telemedicine identify the early onset of conditions like Parkinson’s disease.
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medical Definition of telemedicine
telemedicalplay \-ˈmed-i-kəl\ adjective
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