The doctor will #Skype you now: is e-consulting a good idea? #HealthIT #Telemedicine #HITsm

//The doctor will #Skype you now: is e-consulting a good idea? #HealthIT #Telemedicine #HITsm

The doctor will #Skype you now: is e-consulting a good idea? #HealthIT #Telemedicine #HITsm

Electronic consultation systems use the Internet to deliver health services to people all around the world and has been shown to reduce unnecessary visits to specialists, with a meaningful percentage of cases being resolved without a face-to-face visit. As a result, wait times are less for those who really do need to see a specialist. Skype is one method that is popular among health-care providers today. 

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