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ALSO CALLED: eHealth Services, Telehealth, Remote Medical Diagnosis, Online Medical Services, Online Healthcare Services
DEFINITION: The practice of healthcare delivery using interactive audio, video, or data communications to improve the quality of care offered to patients by the ability to access to a higher level of medical expertise while decreasing their overall operational costs.
Telemedicine Reports
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Advances in Technology Make Virtual Health a Reality
sponsored by Comcast Business
WHITE PAPER: Virtual health, otherwise known as telehealth, has gained popularity over the last few years. More than video chat with a physician, it has emerged as an extension of, and possibly a replacement for, in-person health services. But the technology behind it must live up to expectation. Read this white paper to learn 4 challenges of virtual health.
Posted: 11 Sep 2020 | Published: 11 Sep 2020

Comcast Business

Understanding and Fighting Cybersecurity Threats in Telemedicine
sponsored by BlackBerry
WHITE PAPER: The recent spread of COVID-19 has created a surge in demand for increasingly popular telemedicine services. Unfortunately, cybercriminals caught wind of this lucrative new vector, putting practitioners and patients at risk. Download this white paper for an overview of the cybersecurity risks in telemedicine and how to overcome them.
Posted: 16 Jun 2020 | Published: 16 Jun 2020

BlackBerry
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