10 Advantages & Benefits Of Telemedicine | The Future Of HealthCare

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What exactly is telemedicine – 00:37Types of telemedicine – 01:43Advantages of telemedicine – 02:46Better patient engagement – 02:51Reduced exposure to pathogens – 03:29Better assessment – 03:46Comfort and Convenience – 04:12Eliminate child or elder care issues – 04:25No need to take time off of work – 04:46Access to specialists – 05:17Expedited transmission of MRIs or X-rays for a second opinion – 05:36Cost efficiency – 05:59Physicians Reach More Patients – 06:17Downsides of Telemedicine – 06:47Requires Smart Devices – 06:51Limited Physical Examination – 07:29Electronic glitches – 07:58Patient Data Security – 08:15

So, what exactly is telemedicine?Ok for starters, Telemedicine is the exchange of medical information from one site to another through electronic communications. This is done for the purpose of improving a person’s health.You must be aware how difficult it is to get an appointment with doctors and specialists. The waiting list can be long and even getting a referral doesn’t guarantee a quick appointment. Telemedicine can help bring you and the doctor together more efficiently.Also known as “video visits,” “online doctor visits,” and “doctors on demand,” these can be accessed via smartphone, tablet, or computer. Telemedicine involves the diagnosis and treatment of patients through telecommunications. It can also include other types of technology-enabled care, such as promoting health and wellness, remote patient monitoring, provider-to-provider remote communication, and mobile health.Telemedicine uses video to connect you to health care providers, meaning you don't have to travel to get the care you need. Just like with any face-to-face appointment, you can have a family member, care provider, or friend accompany you if you wish.
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