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Richard B Sanders, Kit N Simpson, Abby S Kazley, Dana P Giarrizzi
BACKGROUND: A critical shortage in the supply of physicians in the United States has necessitated innovative approaches to physician service delivery. Telemedicine is a viable service delivery model for a variety of physician and health services. Telemedicine is most effective when applied where physician resources are scarce, patient care is time sensitive, and service volume may be distributed across a network. Shortages in critical care and neurology specialists have led to the use of tele-intensive care unit and telestroke services in hospital settings...
October 2014: Telemedicine Journal and E-health: the Official Journal of the American Telemedicine Association
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