Human and Organizational Dynamics in E-health, Volume 1
In this collection of 16 articles, contributors from diverse fields and countries describe their research and opinions about practicing medicine electronically, through telemedicine and other means. Touted as a low-cost and efficient means of providing more care to more people, e-health obviously has its own problems. Topics include and overview of
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