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Innovation, Demand, & Investment in Telehealth
David Brantley (ed); Karen Laney-Cummings (ed); Richard Spivack (ed). Discusses the factors that have affected the adoption & application of telehealth, the use of telecomm. & info. technol. to provide health care services at a distance, to include diagnosis, treatment, public health, consumer health info., & health prof’ls. educ. Many of the study’s findings relate to other healthcare technol. as well. Contents: Innovation in Telehealth: Technol., Innovators, Identifying Needed Technol., Areas for Telehealth Res., Dissemination of Info. & Technol. Transfer, & Intellectual Property; Demand for Telehealth Technol. & Services: The Market, Barriers to Market Demand, & Demand Aggregation; & Invest. in Telehealth: Current Invest., Leveraging Capital Resources, Private Invest., & Business Models. Charts & Map.
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