"Adventures in wonderland" or "through the looking glass": medical telematics and telemedicine - by Dr Donald Hadley
This article was originally published in Clinica
The convergence of advances in data transmission and computer technology, coupled with continuing hardware cost reductions have resulted in worldwide interest in telemedicine.
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