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Telemedicine in emergency care

Emergency Live

The benefits and challenges in the digital age: the telemedicine revolution in emergency care Telemedicine is playing an increasingly significant role in emergency care, revolutionizing the way care is delivered. Telemedicine not only reduces […] The post Telemedicine in emergency care appeared first on Emergency Live.

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Diabetes: from telemedicine to new drugs

Emergency Live

Fortunately, in recent years, new strategies and technologies have emerged that are revolutionizing the management […] The post Diabetes: from telemedicine to new drugs appeared first on Emergency Live. However, in emergency situations, such as accidents or natural disasters, diabetes management can become extremely complex.


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The Telemedicine Tightrope: How to Keep Patients Safe and Satisfied 

American Medical Compliance

In recent years, telemedicine has surged in popularity, offering a convenient and efficient way for patients to access healthcare services remotely. According to Statista, the telemedicine market is forecasted to grow significantly, from 50 billion U.S. dollars in global market value in 2019 to nearly 460 billion U.S.

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Ziqitza – Telemedicine and Ambulance Services: A Symbiotic Future

Ziqitza HealthCare Ltd

In today’s digital age of healthcare, the integration of telemedicine and ambulance services is proving to be a transformative synergy, promising a future where medical assistance is not just rapid but also seamlessly connected.

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The Illusion of Eye Contact with Telemedicine

33 Charts

Like the IRL experience I try to achieve some level of eye contact during telemedicine encounters. The problem is that telemedicine eye contact is an illusion. And, of course, trying to record your note during the telemedicine visit adds a whole other layer of disconnection. Through them, we build trust, empathy and reciprocity.

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Barbash – ICU Telemedicine: the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

University of Maryland CC Project

Assistant Professor of Medicine in Pulmonary, Allergy, and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh and Medical Director of UPMC TeleICU, presents on Critical Care Grand Rounds, a lecture entitled "ICU Telemedicine: the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond". Barbash M.D, Barbash M.D,

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Telemedicine: a Solution to the Predicted Physician Shortage?

Advanced Medical Reviews

Years before this study was conducted, telemedicine was being utilized to treat patients living in remote communities or areas with a shortage of doctors.