UK calls on ‘virtual doctors’ in telephone medicine initiative

(12/7/12 Source: Mobile Entertainment) UK citizens could soon benefit from the services of ‘virtual doctors’, with patients able to be monitored from home via their mobile as part of the government’s telehealth push. British health minister Jeremy Hunt announced plans in November to introduce telehealth to 100,000 people with long-term conditions in 2013, with the aim of having three million on the system by 2017. The department of health claims it could save up to 1.2 billion pounds ($1.9 billion) over five years. ===> Continue Reading


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