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The essentials of credentialing and privileging in telemedicine
With the number of patients utilizing telemedicine services expected to reach 7 million by the end of 2018, the telehealth industry has certainly reached new heights in recent years—and it’s rapidly diversifying. Telemedicine typically refers to a medical service or appointment with a healthcare provider conducted via a broadband internet connection. In some cases, this may be as simple as a radiologist looking at a scan from a remote hospital. In other cases, a patient may actually be diagnosed by a physician via a video appointment.
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