Design and Implementation of Satellite-Based Networks and Services for Ubiquitous Access to Healthcare

  title={Design and Implementation of Satellite-Based Networks and Services for Ubiquitous Access to Healthcare},
  author={G. Graschew and T. A. Roelofs and S. Rakowsky and P. Schlag},
  • G. Graschew, T. A. Roelofs, +1 author P. Schlag
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science
  • Telemedicine describes the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for the delivery of medical services. It aims at equal access to medical expertise irrespective of the geographical location of the person in need. New developments in ICT have enabled the transmission of medical images in sufficiently high quality that allows for a reliable diagnosis to be determined by the expert at the receiving site (Pande et al., 2003; Lacroix et al., 2002). Through Telemedicine patients can… CONTINUE READING
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