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Telediagnosis for Acute Care: Implications for the Quality and Safety of Diagnosis
Table of Contents
- Telediagnosis for Acute Care: Implications for the Quality and Safety of Diagnosis
- Evidence Base Supporting Telehealth
- Impact of Telediagnosis on Every Step of the Diagnostic Process
- Role of the Patient and Family in Telediagnosis
- Telehealth and Health Disparities
- Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice
- Table 1. Implications of Telediagnosis for Diagnostic Quality and Safety
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