Today’s development of medical diagnostic and therapeutic tools is characterized by high speed, close connection and interaction with other scientific disciplines, by increasing differences of accessibility to the latest diagnostic and therapeutic research, by man’s living conditions, and by locally high and low population densities. To notify, measure, and potentially smooth these differences, communication systems are mandatory that focus on distribution and practical access to improving individual patient’s diagnosis and treatment as well as to monitor and assist in social health. In the following, development and implementation of medical telecommunication in the past, today, and expectations of its future characteristics are described.
Citation: MKayser K (2012) Medical Telecommunication Systems Today: What has been Done -What can be Done. J Telecommunicat Sys Manag 1:e101.