Telemedicine faces tough hurdles

Rhea, John
April 1997
Military & Aerospace Electronics;Apr97, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p8
Focuses telemedicine in the United States. Issues and concerns related to telemedicine application in the military; Impact on doctors and on the quality of medical care; Highlights of a telemedicine conference sponsored by the Association of the United States Army.


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