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Benefits of Telemedicine in Remote Communities & Use of Mobile and Wireless Platforms in Healthcare

@inproceedings{Vo2011BenefitsOT,
  title={Benefits of Telemedicine in Remote Communities \& Use of Mobile and Wireless Platforms in Healthcare},
  author={Alexander H Vo and G. B. Brooks and R. Farr and B. Raimer},
  year={2011}
}
One of the greatest challenges facing the U.S. healthcare system is to provide quality care to the large segment of the population, which does not have access to specialty physicians because of factors such as geographic limitations or socioeconomic conditions. The use of technology to deliver health care from a distance, or telemedicine, has been demonstrated as an effective way of overcoming certain barriers to care, particularly for communities located in rural and remote areas. In addition… Expand
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