December 2011
PN;Dec2011, Vol. 65 Issue 12, p19
Trade Publication
The article offers information on "telehealth" which is being referred to the use of telecommunications technologies for the exchange of health information and for providing healthcare services. It features various example of telehealth including videoconferencing, remote patient monitoring, and phone-based education or therapy. It mentions that telehealth has several benefits such as one on improving access to care, costs reduction, and allow providers to reach more patients. INSET: Research by Phone.


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