Telehealth for Better Patient Care

Sharpe, Tom
June 2012
ITNOW;Summer2012, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p12
Academic Journal
With the words telehealth, telecare and telemedicine being bandied about so much these days it was perhaps apt that Dr Nicholas Robinson, Associate Clinical Director, Long-Term Conditions and Telehealth, NHS Direct, gave a talk about telehealth to the BCS Health (Northern) Group. Tom Sharpe MBCS reports.


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