How Telemedicine Helps Those With Parkinson’s

Telemedicine is something I’ve touched on numerous times over the past few years, and there are a growing number of examples of its benefits, both in terms of the cost and availability of care, but also the quality.

The latest comes from a study conducted by the University of Rochester into the use of telemedicine to care for people with Parkinson’s.

“Virtual house calls for chronic diseases like Parkinson’s are not only as effective as in-person care but broader adoption of this technology has the potential to expand access to patient-centered care,” the authors say.

Quality of care

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