On the surface, telehealth makes no change to workload which is a good thing. There is scope to use it more efficiently though. "the appropriate use of technology in a well understood and researched patient pathway can make a huge difference".
The Internet Is Important To Everyone aims to bring attention to the impact broadband has on our lives, our health, our government, our jobs, and our education while considering whom among us does not use the Internet and who does not have home...
Ray Stephens's insight:
Great infographic. US data but translates you would think.
There has been a quiet but steady movement in the healthcare industry for about 10 years or so now, which is only going to continue to grow and expand. With the passing of the Affordable Care Act, it is absolutely the wave of the future in Western healthcare and medicine, in my view.
It’s called e-health, and it means what the term implies: healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication. Whether we like it or not, technology, the Internet, and social media are here to stay. It is, without question, the functional foundation of our entire society, and our healthcare system is certainly no different.
The Miami Public Library recently added videoconferencing equipment to its technology for public use. People may use videoconferencing for interviews, training, workshops, business meetings, and continuing education.