Europe needs to embrace telemedicine to support patients and physicians
This article was originally published in Clinica
Patients in Europe need better access to telemedicine. This would improve their care and decrease physician workload, especially in the area of cardiac rhythm management. That was the case being made at the Czech presidency's ministerial conference: eHealth for Individuals, Society and Economy, on February 20.
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