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Date: 2020-11-13 20:45:00
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Telemedicine is the method of providing health care from a remote location through video conferencing and video calls.
Many of us will know about it in these challenging times that we are currently living through. Beyond its use in a pandemic, it actually offers several great benefits.
If you have underlying health conditions or your immune system is weaker than it should be, going to the doctor’s office can be a real risk to your health. By using telemedicine services and talking to your doctor through a video call, you avoid unnecessary exposure to flues and other diseases.
By using telemedicine services, people have easier access to preventative care that can improve their health in the long term.
A study conducted in 2012 found that people suffering from coronary artery disease experienced improvements in their health by accessing the preventative care they needed through telemedicine.
People who are old, disabled individuals, and anyone who is currently serving time in prison has a much better chance of getting the healthcare they need by having access to telemedicine.
The costs involved in traditional healthcare do not directly improve one’s healthcare. If one needs to pay a lot of money or even a small amount to access healthcare, they may be less reluctant.