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Telemedicine can be extremely beneficial for people living in

isolated regions and is currently being applied in virtually all medical

domains. To address major health issues related to affordability,

access, and quality of care, healthcare providers need to consider

telemedicine as a reliable option when access to traditional medicine is

difficult and out of reach. Healthcare providers, however, must

consider legal and ethical issues when planning, designing, and

implementing telemedicine. Key among these issues is those of patient

confidentiality, privacy, data security, and transmission.

  • How does telemedicine differ from the traditional medicine?
  • What are other legal or ethical issues involved in telemedicine?
  • Which of these issues, in your opinion, will be the most difficult to address?
  • What technologies or infrastructure are necessary for the successful practice of telemedicine?
  • What obstacles can prevent healthcare providers from seeing telemedicine as a reliable option, even when access to traditional medicine is difficult or out of reach?

To support your work, use your course and textbook readings and also use the South University Online Library. As in all assignments, cite your sources in your work and provide references for the citations in APA format.

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Prof_HenryA
School: New York University

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Running head: TELEMEDICINE

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Telemedicine
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TELEMEDICINE

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Telemedicine is the process of using both telecommunication and information technology
in the provision of clinical healthcare from a far distance to the intended people. Most of the
people living in remote areas can significantly benefit from telemedicine (Petruzzi & De
Benedittis, 2016). This paper will analyze and discuss telemedicine with regard to its legal and
ethical issues, as well as how it differs from traditional medicine.
Difference
Research studies have found out that with the use of telemedicine, most patients do not
require follow-ups in terms of diabetic screening examinations with an eye care provider, while
in traditional medicine, most of the patients and participants require follow-ups. Unlike in
traditional medicine, telemedicine allows for rapid retinal imaging without dilation in the
primary care clinics. Additionally, unlike in traditional medicine, in screening patients for
diabetic retinopathy, telemedicine stands out as the most effective way when providing
healthcare medication to patients suffering from diabetics.
Legal or Ethical Issues
Healthcare providers in telemedicine need to consider various et...

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