Scope and Importance of Telemedicine

The Future of telemedicine will depend on: (1) human factors, (2) economics and (3) technology. Behaviors related to technology affect change at the individual, organizational and societal level. Personnel shortages and decreasing third-party reimbursement are significant drivers of technology-enabled health care in the industrialized world, particularly in the areas of home care and self-care. Technology has made it easy for doctors to detect various diseases. But it is restricted only to people in urban areas but Low cost Telemedicine made easy for people in rural areas with simple and standard healthcare infrastructure. Rapid growth in the availability of low-power, hand-held medical monitoring devices advanced the Telemedicine for poor and reduces travel costs by both parties for consultation, diagnosis, and follow up is the largest benefit. Steps that has to be taken to reach Telemedicine to common people include Create technology-neutral insurance payment policies, Adopt a standard definition for tele-health, Fund research to continually improve the quality and lower the cost of tele-health programs, Promote interoperability among state prescription drug monitoring programs. E-Health economics concerned with issues related to efficiency, effectiveness, value and behavior in the production and consumption of health and health care.
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  • Telemedicine for poor
  • Steps that has to be taken to reach Telemedicine to common people

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