• Medicine, Business
  • Published in
    Caring : National Association…
    1999

How telehomecare affects patients.

@article{Dansky1999HowTA,
  title={How telehomecare affects patients.},
  author={Kathryn H. Dansky and Kathryn H. Bowles and L Palmer},
  journal={Caring : National Association for Home Care magazine},
  year={1999},
  volume={18 8},
  pages={
          10-4
        }
}
The emergence of telemedicine as an acceptable mode of health care delivery creates opportunities and challenges for home care providers. As part of strategic planning and deployment of a telemedicine project, agencies must ask questions, such as, is this technology suitable for elderly clients? Can patients with multiple, chronic conditions benefit? Are caregivers willing to take on the responsibility of additional equipment in the home? Agencies must consider these and other issues when… CONTINUE READING

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