How is Telemedicine perceived? A qualitative study of perspectives from the UK and India

@article{Martnezlvarez2011HowIT,
  title={How is Telemedicine perceived? A qualitative study of perspectives from the UK and India},
  author={Melisa Mart{\'i}nez {\'A}lvarez and Rupa Chanda and Richard D. Smith},
  journal={Globalization and Health},
  year={2011},
  volume={7},
  pages={17 - 17}
}
BackgroundImprovements in communication and information technologies have allowed for the globalisation of health services, especially the provision of health services from other countries, such as the use of telemedicine. This has led countries to evaluate their position on whether and to what extent they should open their health systems to trade. This often takes place from the context of multi-lateral trade agreements (under the auspices of the World Trade Organisation), which is misplaced… 
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