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Telemedicine in Nepal: A Pilot Project
The findings show that there was no difference between the results obtained by diagnosis using images compared to using conventional methods of diagnosis.
Technology and managed care: patient benefits of telemedicine in a rural health care network.
- MedicineHealth economics
It is suggested that telemedicine increased estimated patient benefits by about $40 per visit, and reduced patients' loss from rationing of access to physicians by about 20%.
A Review of Telemedicine Services in Finland
In this paper, telemedicine services in Finland are discussed, as well as how they came into existence, how they are funded, evaluated, and what are their impacts on health care systems and society.
One hundred years of telemedicine: does this new technology have a place in paediatrics?
- MedicineArchives of Disease in Childhood
The origins of this evolving technology date back to the early 20th century, when Willem Einthoven, a Dutch physiologist, developed the first electrocardiograph and can be regarded as the first clinician scientist to develop and systematically apply a technique that is very similar to telemedicine in the modern sense.
Telemedicine for rural communities of Nepal_ big think
- [Online], Available from: http://www.academia.edu/794445/TELEMEDICINE_FOR_RURAL_AND_UNDE RSERVED_COMMUNITIES_OF_NEPAL [Accessed
Jebamaniw and Shannon A Dowz
Project proposal. Telemedicine
- [Online], Available from:http://www.amic.org.sg/ict/external/awards/0401A5_l25pp.htm [Accessed