Are you a busy woman wondering if telemedicine could play a role in your health care? Can convenience outweigh traditional in-person visits?

What Women Need To Know About Telemedicine

What does the North American Menopause Society (NAMS) explain in their latest video, What Women Need To Know About Telemedicine?

North American Menopause SocietyIn Video Series-2020, the NAMS explain about the video What Women Need To Know About Telemedicine:

“In this latest video, What Women Need to Know About Telemedicine, Dr. Shapiro interviews Dr. Lisa Larkin, a women’s health internist and founder of Ms.Medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio. She also serves on the NAMS Board of Trustees”.

Telemedicine

What is Telemedicine?

In Telehealth: What Is the Difference Between Telemedicine and Telehealth? the MedlinePlus elaborate on:

“Sometimes people use the term telemedicine to mean the same thing as telehealth. Telehealth is a broader term. It includes telemedicine. But it also includes things like training for health care providers, health care administrative meetings, and services provided by pharmacists and social workers”.

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What is Telehealth?

In Telehealth: What Is Telehealth? the (United States) MedlinePlus elaborate on:

“Telehealth is the use of communications technologies to provide health care from a distance. These technologies may include computers, cameras, videoconferencing, the Internet, and satellite and wireless communications. Some examples of telehealth include:

  • A “virtual visit” with a health care provider, through a phone call or video chat
  • Remote patient monitoring, which lets your provider check on you while you are at home. For example, you might wear a device that measures your heart rate and sends that information to your provider…”.

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Last Updated: 24 September 2020 – Last Revised: 24 September 2020
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