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Telehealth is here to stay

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Nature Medicine 2021, 27 (7): 1121
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Michele Nanna

I have not heard more falsehood as in this commentary! Improving access to care???
Inner city or worse rural areas have no access to broadband connection. In addition the most vulnerable including the elderly have no skills to adopt tele health medicine. This is clearly a scheme by entities that have a financial stake in this! Most people when sick prefer to see a real doctor in a real setting… and when patients get really sick ? Where do we send them? To a “ tele health hospital “? Complete non sense!! Let me present you with a scenario in which a patient calls with chest pain… how do we get and interpret an ECG? How do we arrange for prompt hospitalization? Big corporations!!! Stay away from health care!!! One day you will need it too!!

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