January 23rd, 2012

Barriers to Telemedicine Limit Patient Access to Quality Care

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Outdated regulations, insufficient payment mechanisms and established clinical paradigms are the top tier barriers to more widespread use of telemedicine according to study results published in the Jan/Feb issue of Telemedicine and e-Health.  The study, lead by Dr. Herb Rogove, President and CEO of C3O Telemedicine, was conducted in conjunction with researchers from the Mayo Clinic, Arizona and UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles.  Additional coverage: Enhanced Online News, Bradenton Herald (Fla.), FierceHealthcare,

Telepresence Options, by Hogan Keyser, 1/17/2012

Tags: Mayo Clinic Arizona, Research

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