Time for a Checkup. Is Your Network Ready for Telehealth?
Telehealth is having a dramatic and positive effect on the practice of medicine in the United States, providing opportunities to improve care and deliver more than $300 billion in cost savings.1 Telehealth applications can reduce diagnostic errors, speed the processing of insurance claims, promote collaboration among clinicians, and improve patient flow. Internet and wide area network (WAN) performance are critical for any successful telehealth initiative. Learn about the most important telehealth applications—including remote patient monitoring and clinical consultations, electronic health records, digital medical imaging, and telesurgery—and what it takes to deliver them.