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Telemedicine: Current and Future Perspectives

@inproceedings{Ebad2013TelemedicineCA,
  title={Telemedicine: Current and Future Perspectives},
  author={Ryhan Ebad},
  year={2013}
}
Telemedicine is a health-care delivery concept that enables distant patients especially in rural areas to be examined by the physicians using telecommunications technologies. It is given that majority of population dwells in rural areas in developing countries that represent the largest patient base of variety of health issues. Access to basic healthcare, doctors, and treatment is hardly reachable. Telemedicine has gained tremendous popularity in developing countries where rural population is… Expand
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