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Emergency Medicine Docs, Radiologists Greatest Users Of Telemedicine Technologies, Study Finds

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Use of telemedicine technologies – including videoconferencing, store-and-forward technologies, and remote patient monitoring – vary greatly among physician specialists, says a study using 2016 data and published in the December edition of Health Affairs.

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