A pilot telemedicine project between Innsbruck and Reutte in Tyrol

Soegner, P.; Stoeger, A.; Frede, T.; Gabl, Ch.; Sideroff, A.; Schmid, E.; Vogl, R.; Nedden, Dzur
March 1999
Journal of Telemedicine & Telecare;Mar1999 Supplement 1, Vol. 5, p134
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a pilot telemedicine project between Innsbruck and Reutte that will be launched in Tyrol, Austria. In order to manage the project, the researchers formed four groups to investigate, including legalities and finance. The medical areas to be included in the telemedicine project are mentioned.


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