Saturday, July 27, 2013

Verizon Launches Mobile Telehealth Clinics in Miami

Telehealth is a becoming more of an accepted alternative to in-person office visits. About 17 million U.S. broadband households, or 1 in 5, say they would participate in a live chat with health experts, according to a July 23 report by research firm Parks Associates. In addition, 74 percent of consumers are willing to participate in telehealth sessions, revealed a March 4 Cisco survey carried out by research firm InsightExpress.

From the article, "Verizon Launches Mobile Telehealth Clinics in Miami" by Brian T. Horowitz.

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