Telehealth in Medicine: Predictions 2023–2024
Keywords:artificial intelligence, digital platforms, electronic medical records, healthcare, prediction, telehealth, telemedicine
Each year, Telehealth and Medicine Today asks experts in the field to share their insights into the future and predict how telehealth will influence uptake and healthcare in the new year.
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