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Terry McLeod

Updated: Aug 24th 2010

Telemedicine is being called a boom, and when a nurse shares that she can “see” 20 patients in a day, as opposed to 6 or 7 patients for the same treatment, the positive business results are obvious. Devices are being used to monitor conditions in the home, electronically reporting the results to the healthcare provider, resulting in longer-term, more accurate information as well as better care. Psychotherapists are providing telephone sessions. Webcams and other devices bring us together with care providers without either party having to go anywhere.

When travel is removed from an equation, the overhead drops and profits increase. Additionally, office space costs money. Companies with “troops in the field” commonly maintain less office space to account for them. If 10 employees are in the field, they may be able to share 5 desks at headquarters, resulting in less rented space, less heat, less water in the water cooler…and more productive time because those troops aren’t clustered around that water cooler and can focus exclusively on the tasks they’re being paid for.

Meridian Health in New Jersey was featured in a about telemedicine, and the positive results look to be good for business, good for the healthcare professional, and good for the patient. Now if we can only get somebody to pay for it.

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