Telemedicine makes further stride in Norway
This article was originally published in Clinica
Kroken Care Home in Troms- has become the first of its kind in Norway to operate a fully-functional telemedicine system. The new system, established with the help of the national centre for telemedicine in Troms-, will link the care home to hospitals to improve the exchange of advice and remote diagnosis.
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