- tele- + health (Wiktionary)
“Remote patient monitoring, also known as telehealth, is one area where Authentidate stands to capitalize due to its unique and superior product solution.”
“Interactive MD is the latest player in the growing market of so-called "telehealth," in which doctors can diagnose, treat and monitor patients over the Internet or via telephone.”
“Health and social care - through developing "telehealth" initiatives, improving commissioning and procurement across children's and adult's services and pooling training”
“A key portion of rural outreach - which shows promise for use with Veterans across the country - is VA's innovative "telehealth" program.”
“Dr. Jim Bush, a former colleague of Hageseth's who commonly referred patients to him while working at Poudre Valley Hospital for 25 years, said licensed doctors commonly prescribe drugs across state lines, and Hageseth's conviction jeopardizes "telehealth" practices.”
“The services are the next step in "telehealth," or the delivery of health care through the telephone, Web or other telecommunications technologies.”
“Primary care trusts are actively looking at new technologies such as telehealth, and the ways these can be implemented on the ground.”
“High-bandwith INFRASTRUCTURE (which means optical fiber) allows numerous applications, including myriad business, industrial and professional uses (thus helping our eeconomy), as well as highly beneficial (and ultimately more economical) public services such as telehealth and distance learning.”
“Now, Google hopes to expand the utility of its free service by teaming with IBM and the Continua Health Alliance, an advocacy group focused on the adoption of online "telehealth" solutions based on open standards.”
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