Cybermedicine


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A type of distance medicine using computers and the Internet to facilitate patient-doctor interaction
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Organizational Obstacles Facing Telemedicine and Cybermedicine Programs,
My Computer, My Doctor: A Constitutional Call for Federal Regulation of Cybermedicine," American Journal of Law and Medicine, Boston.
Greg Gulick, E-Health and the Future of Medicine: The Economic, Legal, Regulatory, Cultural, and Organizational Obstacles Facing Telemedicine and Cybermedicine Programs, 12 ALB.
Greg Gulick, E-health and the Future of Medicine: The Economic, Legal, Regulatory, Cultural and Organizational Obstacles Facing Telemedicine and Cybermedicine Programs, 12 ALB.
Medical and health care channeled remotely --telemedicine, cybermedicine, mobile health.
Scott, Cybermedicine and Virtual Pharmacies, 103 W.
5 million grant to the Center for Telehealth and Cybermedicine Research at the University of New Mexico's Health Sciences Center to design, build, operate and evaluate the Southwest Telehealth Access Grid--a broadband network meant to serve rural areas lacking the technology.
IT is also a key enabler of both cybermedicine (the application of the Internet and networking technologies to medicine and public health), and telehealth (the remote delivery of health-related services via telecommunications technologies).
Three invited talks discuss cyberworld modeling (integrating cyberworlds, the real world and conceptual worlds), cybermedicine (what is possible and is it useful?