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Concierge Telemedicine : Bringing Back House Calls

Concierge Telemedicine : Bringing Back House Calls | Trends in Retail Health Clinics  and telemedicine | Scoop.it
At one time, going back to the 1960s, house calls were fairly common. Since then, physicians – for a multitude of reasons – have abandoned the house call. Today, that is changing. Due to emerging technologies, a “new” version of ...

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Telemedicine : The VA Success Story

Long troubled by inefficiency, waste and scandal, nobody has expected much from Veterans Administration (VA) healthcare of late. But over the last decade, the VA has been quietly working on a telehealth platform that is starting to look like the ...

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A 10 Year Study Reveals Children With Disabilities Can Greatly Benefit from Telemedicine

Telemedicine is a patient consultation method commonly available to patients in rural and remote areas. Its use in paediatric orthopaedics has been rarely described.

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Example of another application for Telemedicine

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Advent of 'telemedicine' means coverage of health costs in France can be made conditional on patient behaviour

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ONE HealthCare Worldwide's curator insight, January 21, 2014 6:57 AM


Since last October people in France treated for

#sleep apnoea syndrome have been subjected to #remote monitoring: medical data is being recorded, transmitted (generally via the internet) and interpreted elsewhere, possibly leading to decisions on subsequent treatment. The protests of several patients' associations have gone unheeded