The Birth of Telemedicine and Its Benefits to Workers' Compensation Today and in the Future
Once upon a time, doctors arrived at one’s doorstep carrying a black bag packed with a thermometer, a stethoscope, and other tools, but health care would eventually change. In Pennsylvania during the 1940’s radiology images were sent 24 miles between two townships via telephone line in the world’s first example of an electronic medical record transfer. With the advent of modern film technology came serious plans for video medicine. The first two people to use video ...
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