Telemedicine means exactly as it sounds — a medical service delivered via telephone or any communications platform. Nearly one year into the COVID-19 pandemic, telemedicine has proven itself to be viable and valuable for patients and caregivers alike. This is because it allows care to be provided while avoiding the physical proximity that heightens the… Continue reading How does telemedicine help patients?
In some parts of the world, physicians still make house calls, but this practice is becoming rare. Today, most patients either go to a clinic or hospital, make a quick trip to a pharmacy for instant relief, or stay at home and consult with caregivers via telemedicine. Telemedicine has become more popular, thanks to social… Continue reading Telemedicine to help transform healthcare
Telemedicine — the practice of administering medical care remotely — is increasing in popularity because of its practicality. Most healthcare businesses have been implementing it for decades, but advancements in telecommunications tools have vastly improved telemedicine. Making telemedicine work Key elements in making telemedicine work are video teleconferencing equipment, a fast and stable internet connection,… Continue reading The rising popularity of telemedicine