New Study Suggests Provider Attitudes Tied to Telehealth Utilization
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – While most folks believe telehealth is a new idea, the concept was actually first mentioned in 1879 in a Lancet article as a way to reduce unnecessary office visits. In the 1920’s physicians were diagnosing patients using the radio. In the 1950’s the University Of Nebraska used two-way interactive video to share neurological exams with medical students.
Multiple statics have shown that the number of telehealth claims increased ...
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